Dr. Charles W. Casella M.D.
701 Welch Rd., Suite 211
Palo Alto CA, 94304
Over 25 years experience in psychiatric treatment of adults, including extensive hospital experience.
BIO / Resume / CV:
B.A. Harvard College M.D. Harvard University Certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (1972). He holds his medical degree from Harvard Medical School (1965) and completed psychiatric residency training at Harvard. He is an Associate Clinical Professor at Stanford University School of Medicine. He has functioned as consultant to the Examiner for the California Division of Vocational Rehabilitation and is a Qualified Medical Examiner for the California Workers Compensation Appeals Board. He is a specialist in workplace issues, including wrongful termination, sexual/racial descrimination/harassment, and ADA issues. He has broad experience in psychiatric injury assessment, including causation and psychiatric disability evaluation. He has over 25 years experience in psychiatric treatment of adults, including extensive hospital experience. He is a past Director of Stanford Hospital Psychiatric Ward. He has been consultant and Forensic Evaluator for San Mateo and Santa Clara County Superior Courts for 20 years. He is the author of a national award-winning paper in psychiatry and has served as president of the Midpeninsula Psychiatric Society. He has authored over 3500 psychiatric forensic evaluations for both defense and plaintiff attorneys, and has extensive trial experience. Psychiatry Employment Law Workers Compensation
Employment Discrimination Psychiatry Workers Compensation Harvard Wrongful Termination Employment Issues Psychiatric Evaluations Emotional Injuries Employment Sexual Harassment Wrongful Termination Discrimination Ada Issues Industrial Injuries Workers Compensation Competency Insanity Causation Disability Assessment Psychiatric Malpractice Suicide Depression Substance Abuse Stress Psychosexual Psychosomatic Disorders Forensic Qme Ame Wcab Forensic Examiner Psychiatry Neurology
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