Contact this IME Doctor

  • Company: Ashburn Psychological and Psychiatric Services
  • Phone: 703-723-2999
  • Cell: (703) 568-4633
  • Fax: 703-723-4144
  • Website: [email protected]

Specialty 1: Psychiatry

Specialty 2: Forensic Psychiatry

Medical School: United Medical and Dental Schools of Guy's and St, Thomas' Hospitals, University of London (UK)

License(s): Virginia

Years in Practice: 19

  • 50 IMEs performed
  • Deposed/Testified 8 times

Additional Information

Residency in Psychiatric Medicine, University of Virginia Medical Center 1998-2002 Fellowship, Forensic Psychiatry, University of Virginia Insititute of Law, Psychiatry and Public Policy (an entity of the University of Virginia Medical Center and University of Virginnia School of Law) 2002-2003 Unrestricted Active Medical License - Virginia Board of Medicine License Number: 0101244321 – issued August 26, 2008 2008 Board Certified in Psychiatry since 2005 Board Certified in Forensic Psychiatry since 2009 CURRENT APPOINTMENT: (Since June 2022) FULL TIME OUPATIENT ADOLESCENT, ADULT AND FORENSIC PSYCHIATRIST ASHBURN PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PSYCHIATRIC SERVICES, Ashburn VA This is a full-time outpatient psychiatrist position. I also write forensic reports at the request of private attorneys, speaking to relevant questions such as: Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity, personality disorder, civil disputes involving mental illness, and for purposes of aiding courts in deciding mitigating factors for sentencing and adjudicative disposition. Relevant IME experience: October 2010-Dec 2010 (3 days/week in Alexandria, VA) April 2011 - June 2011 (1-2 weeks per month in Virginia Beach, VA) Independent Contractor Psychiatrist QTC Medical Group, Alexandria VA and Virginia Beach, VA This independent contractor position comprised psychiatric evaluations of military veterans (in Alexandria) as well as active-duty military (in Virginia Beach) who had been referred by the VA/Armed Services to evaluate for the presence of PTSD, Traumatic Brain Injury and/or other combat/service-related psychiatric disorders, in order to establish eligibility for service-related disability claims, and that required clinical evaluations and compilation of formal reports. Many of the claimants had been in war zones including Iraq, Afghanistan, the Balkans and others worldwide.