Psychology Independent Medical Examiners in Florida

Welcome to the SEAK National Directory of Independent Medical Examiners. The Psychology Independent Medical Examiners found here provide independent medical exams (IMEs), medical evaluations, impartial examinations, independent medical assessments, vocational assessments, functional capacity evaluations, impairment ratings, second opinions, return to work evaluations, or fitness for duty exams to evaluate the extent of disability, permanent impairment or injuries.

Alan J Harris, PhD Allied Psychological Services

Jacksonville, Florida
Psychology, Forensic Psychology - 30 years experience performing IME's for: Workers Comp Testamentary Capacity Personal Injury Violence Risk VA Disability Fitness for Duty Psychosexual PTSD Malingering Pain
Civil evaluation of fitness for duty, workers compensation, personal injury, VA compensation, psychic harm, testamentary capacity, undue influence, psychological autopsy, PTSD, emotional distress, psychological disability, sexual abuse, chronic pain, intellectual disability, ADHD. Criminal evaluation of competency to stand trial, criminal responsibility, capacity to waive Miranda rights, psychosexual functioning, paraphilias, recidivism risk, I am happy to discuss a case with the referring source prior to the actual referral to determine if your needs and my expertise are a good fit. I administer a battery of sophisticated psychological tests to substantiate the findings, assess for response bias, and to rule out manufactured or malingered allegations.

Daniel Proto, Ph.D., ABPP Neurocognitive Specialty Group

Pensacola, Florida
Neuropsychology, Psychology - Board Certified in Clinical Neuropsychology (ABPP/CN) with a focus in adult neuropsychological assessment including populations with traumatic brain injury, neurodegenerative disease, stroke, epilepsy, cancer, and psychiatric disorders.
American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP) - Clinical Neuropsychology
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