Dr. David B. Freeman
Dr. David B. Freeman
Comprehensive Psychological Services
11601 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles CA, 90025
Comprehensive Psychological Services provides a full Range of civil litigation support services. Staff Includes Board Certified Psychiatrists, Pediatric and Adult Neuropsychologists and Psychologists.
BIO / Resume / CV:
Ph.D., is a Board Certified, UCLA trained Neuropsychologist and a Qualified Medical Examiner (QME), for the Industrial Medical Council. He has conducted over 500 AME/QME medical-legal psychiatric examinations and neuropsychological assessments. In addition to his training at UCLA, he was the staff Neuropsychologist in the Acute Rehabilitation Department at Cedars Sinai Medical Center. He was the co-director of the Cedars' Sinai Outpatient Brain Injury program and served on both the Stroke and Orthopedic units. He has also served as the Director of Neuropsychology in the Acute Rehabilitation Department a community Hospital. He is an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at UCLA.. He also has considerable expertise in the neurocognitive assessment of Traumatic Brain Injury, Malingering and Toxic Exposure; as well as Dementia and Competency in older adults & Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. See vitae for more detailed information.
Adult Psychiatry Child Psychiatry Adult Psychology Child Psychology Neuropsychological Testing Psychological Testing Traumatic Brain Injury Postconcussion Syndrome Testamentary Capacity Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Ptsd Emotional Trauma Malingering Sexual Harassment Racial Discrimination Employment Discrimination Dementia Head Injury Anoxia Stroke Brain Injury Expert Witness Consultation Board Certified
adult psychiatry, adult psychology, anoxia, board certified, brain injury, child psychiatry, child psychology, consultation, dementia, emotional trauma, employment discrimination, expert witness, head injury, malingering, neuropsychological testing, post traumatic stress disorder, postconcussion syndrome, psychological testing, ptsd, racial discrimination, sexual harassment, stroke, testamentary capacity, traumatic brain injury