1 CURRICULUM VITAE LAURENCE S. LEVINE, PSY.D. DIPLOMATE IN CLINICAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY AMERICAN BOARD OF PROFESSIONAL PSYCHOLOGY Mailing Address: 1059 SW Bromelia Terrace; Stuart, FL Telephone: Telephone facsimile: Website: Clinical The Financial Center Offices: 3801 PGA Blvd.-Suite 600 Palm Beach Gardens, FL Telephone: E. Ocean Blvd., Ste.#D-130; Stuart, FL Telephone: Travel to Broward and Miami-Dade Counties, Out-of-town by special arrangement Academic Training: Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.), Clinical Psychology 08/82 Wright State University Dayton, Ohio Pre-Doctoral Clinical Fellow in Neuropsychology 9/81 to 8/82 Post-Doctoral Clinical Fellow in Neuropsychology 8/82 to 11/83 Neurology Department School of Medicine, University of Cincinnati Master of Education (M.Ed.), School Psychology 1971 University of Georgia Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Psychology 1969 Boston University Board Certification: Diplomat in Clinical Neuropsychology 1996 American Board of Professional Psychology American Board of Clinical Neuropsychology Professional Florida, Psychologist License No. PY Licenses (Active): Massachusetts, Psychologist License No Pennsylvania, Psychologist License No. PS (inactive) 1988 Kentucky, Psychologist License No Ohio, Psychologist License No (inactive) 1983 Current Professional Private Practice-Laurence S. Levine, PsyD, P.A current Activities: Clinical and Forensic Neuropsychology/Psychology practice with a focus on assessment and diagnosis of known and/or suspected neurobehavioral and/or psychological disorders. Neuropsychologist Veterans Administration Medical Center West Palm Beach, Florida Neuropsychology Consultation service to the Medical Center; student and intern supervision in clinical neuropsychology 1999-current 15 August 2013
2 Laurence S. Levine, Psy.D., ABPP Page 2 Professional Member, American Psychological Association 1983 Associations (active): Division 40, Neuropsychology 1984 Member, International Neuropsychological Society 1983 Member, National Academy of Neuropsychology 1995 Member, American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology 1996 Reviewer, American Board of Clinical Neuropsychology 1996 Hospital Veterans Administration Medical Center Affiliations: West Palm Beach, Florida HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital at Martin Health 11/13 to 11/15 Stuart, FL Prior Program Director 5/88 to 4/89 Experience: New Medico Neurologic Rehabilitation Center of Palm Beach Responsible for the clinical and programmatic management of this 120 bed, neurologic rehabilitation center; program development; staff development. The center served adults and children suffering brain-injuries and those with the sequelae of disease in brain. Chief Neuropsychologist/Co-Director 9/87 to 6/88 Brain Injury Rehabilitation Unit Magee Rehabilitation Hospital Philadelphia, PA Neuropsychological evaluation, treatment planning, and behavioral rehabilitation of brain-damaged adults. Co-directed a 10-bed inpatient brain injury rehabilitation program, outpatient rehabilitation services, student supervision and program development. Clinical Neuropsychologist 4/84 to 9/87 Assistant Director 3/85 to 3/87 Acting Director 3/87 to 9/87 Department of Neuropsychology The Greenery Head Injury Program Boston, MA Neuropsychological evaluation of brain-damaged (e.g., trauma, stroke, dementia) adults and adolescents; developing and modifying individual cognitive rehabilitation programs; developing and implementing individual and group behavioral intervention programs. Student supervision. Administration and program development. Clinical Neuropsychologist 12/83 to 4/84 New MediCo Head Injury Center at Lewis Bay Hyannis, Massachusetts Neuropsychological evaluation of brain-damaged adults and adolescents; developing and modifying individual cognitive and behavioral rehabilitation programs.
3 Laurence S. Levine, Psy.D., ABPP Page 3 Prior Alternative Education Coordinator 8/80 to 8/81 Experience (con t.): Huber Heights, Ohio Local School District Developed, implemented, and administered a pilot project providing Alternative educational/disciplinary approaches to high risk middle school students. Senior Therapist II 9/75 to 8/80 Youth Department Good Samaritan Hospital Community Mental Health Center Dayton, Ohio Populations: adolescent, young adults, developmentally disabled (including severely behaviorally disordered) Services: Individual, group, and family psychotherapy; primary therapist in a program for the severely behaviorally disordered; program development and administration; student supervision; community, school, and business consultations. Staff Psychologist 11/73 to 9/75 River Region Mental Health-Mental Retardation Board Louisville, Kentucky Populations: children, adolescent, developmentally disabled (severely behaviorally disordered), adults Services: Individual, group, family psychotherapy; milieu therapy In day treatment; school/community consultation; crisis intervention; clinical staff supervision. School Psychologist 1/73 to 11/73 Richland County, School District #2 Columbia, South Carolina Individual and group psychotherapy with children and adolescents: training teachers in classroom management, techniques; program planning; psychological evaluations. Therapist 1/72 to 6/72 Resident Director 8/72 to 12/72 Haelan Hall of Midway Midway, GA Milieu and individual therapy; crisis intervention (24 hour on call) at this residential school for 40 severely behaviorally disturbed children and youth; clinical supervision and training of child care staff; program development. Resident Director Summer (June through Camp Haelan August) 1971, 72, 73 Lake Lure, North Carolina Responsible for the day-to-day operation of a private camp for severely emotionally disturbed children and adolescents. Managed the therapeutic/recreational milieu; hired, trained, and supervised staff.
4 Laurence S. Levine, Psy.D., ABPP Page 4 Academic Assistant Clinical Professor 5/84 to 7/88 Affiliations: Department of Rehabilitation Medicine Tufts University School of Medicine (Clinical Supervisor/Greenery-Boston ) Adjunct Professor 1/79 to 9/79 School of Social Work Ohio State University (Good Samaritan Community Mental Health Center) Graduate Assistant 9/70 to 6/71 Educational Psychology Department University of Georgia Trained and supervised graduate students to conduct psychological evaluations. Professional Blue Shield of Massachusetts 1987 Consultation: Mental Health Utilization Review Level II Peer Review of neuropsychological testing claims National Mentor, Inc Boston, MA Chief consultant for a project to develop community-based residential program for traumatically brain-injured people. Statewide Head Injury Program (SHIP) Boston, MA Task Force to develop a neuropsychological report protocol for neuropsychologists rendering services to SHIP clients. Community Member, Board of Directors Service: Gulfstream Goodwill West Palm Beach, Florida Publications: Glenn, M.B., Whyte, J., Wroblewski, B., Levine, L.S. and Parziale, J. (1990). Lithium Carbonate for Aggressive Behavior of Affective Instability in Ten Brain Injured Patients. American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Presentations: Levine, L.S., Glenn, M.B., Wroblewski, B., and Underwood, S. Use of Lithium Carbonate and Comprehensive Behavioral Treatment: A Highly Successful Combined Approach in Two Severely Brain Injured Patients with Long-Standing Assaultive, Self- Injurious, and Destructive Behaviors. Poster Presentation at the Ninth Annual Santa Clara Medical Center Head Trauma Conference; San Jose 04/1986 Poster Presentation at the CT Traumatic Brain Injury Association Annual Meeting. 12/1986 Levine, L.S. and Glenn, M.B. Behavioral Rehabilitation of the Head Injured Adult: Interdisciplinary Process in a Combined Cognitive, Pharmacological, and Behavioral Strategy. Alabama Head Injury Foundation
5 Laurence S. Levine, Psy.D., ABPP Page 5 Presentations: Annual Meeting; Mobile 10/1986 (con t.) New York State Head Injury Association Annual Meeting; Albany 05/1987 Compensatory Strategies to Deal with Functional 09/1987 Memory Deficits Annual Meeting, Head Injury Association of Canada; Ottawa The Role of Neuropsychology in 01/1988 Head Injury Rehabilitation Keeping Ahead Series; Magee Rehabilitation Hospital, Philadelphia Understanding and Managing 03/1988 The Agitated TBI Patient: Cognitive Sequelae and Environmental Variables Conference sponsored by Magee Rehabilitation Hospital: Dealing with the Agitated Patient: The Beginnings of Rehabilitation Memory Disorders Following Mild 05/1990 Head Injury: Neuropsychological Assessment and Rehabilitation Strategies Palm Beach County Chapter, Florida Psychological Association Overview of Neuropsychology 09/1989 Palm Beach County Trial Lawyers Assn. West Palm Beach, Florida Neuropsychology of Head Injury 11/1991 Seminar: Identifying Traumatic Brain Injury The Center for Legal Education Phoenix, Arizona Neuropsychology of Memory Disorders: Etiology, Description, Assessment, and Simulation Case Management Society of Florida 03/1992 Annual Meeting; Orlando Plaintiff Paralegal Assn. (Palm Beach County) 03/1992 West Palm Beach, Florida Neuropsychological Assessment of 11/1992 Cognitive and Behavioral Deficits 05/1994 Associated with Multiple Sclerosis 04/1995 National Multiple Sclerosis Society, South Florida Chapter West Palm Beach and Delray, Florida Levine, L.S. and Cohen, L.J. 12/1992 The Interface Between Law and Neuropsychology in Personal Injury Litigation Florida Psychological Assn., Winter Meeting Orlando, Florida
6 Laurence S. Levine, Psy.D., ABPP Page 6 Continuing Role of the Neuropsychological Evaluation in the 11/2007 Education: Diagnosis of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (selected) State Farm Mutual Insurance Coral Springs, FL Advanced Course in Neuropsychology 07/1984 Institute of Neurology National Hospital, Queen Square London Neurological Syndromes 11/1985 Boston Neuropsychological Foundation Boston, Mass. MMPI-2 04/1990 Palm Beach County Div. of Youth Affairs West Palm Beach, Florida Clinical Neuropsychology and Brain Function: 10/1990 Research, Measurement, and Practice American Psychological Association Clinical Applications of the MMPI-2 10/1990 Nova University The Clinical and Forensic Assessment 10/1990 of Malingering and Deception Nova University New Advances in the Process Approach to 05/1992 Neuropsychological Assessment Boston Neuropsychological Foundation Miami, Florida Third Annual National Symposium: Mental Health 04/1993 and the Law: Psychological and Psychiatric Testimony in Court Forensic and Clinical Psychology Associates/ The University of Miami School of Law Miami, Florida Models and Methods of Memory Rehabilitation 11/1994 Psychotherapeutic Interventions after Brain Injury Forensic Aspects of Neuroimaging for Neuropsychology Annual Meeting of the National Academy of Neuropsychology Orlando, Florida Fifth Annual National Symposium: Mental Health 04/1995 and the Law: Ethical, Legal, and Therapeutic Issues in Mental Health Forensic and Clinical Psychology Associates/
7 Laurence S. Levine, Psy.D., ABPP Page 7 Continuing Education (con t.): The University of Miami School of Law 21st Annual Course in Behavioral Neurology 12/1995 and Neuropsychology: Assessment of Behavioral Disorders FL Society of Neurology and the Center for Neuropsychological Studies at the Univ. of FL Orlando, Florida Minimizing Liability in Professional Practice 09/1996 Gerald Koocher, PhD Nova Southeastern University, Ft. Lauderdale, FL Sick-Role Susceptibility 02/1997 Barry Blackwell, MD The Neuropsychology of Aging M. Moscovitch, PhD, G. Winocur, PhD, & C. Grady, PhD Meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society Orlando, FL; 5-7 February 1997 Eighth Annual National Symposium: Mental Health 03/1998 and the Law: Malingering and Deception: Clinical and Legal Issues Forensic and Clinical Psychology Associates/ The University of Florida College of Law Miami, Florida Is Psychology a Junk Science? 01/1999 Getting Expert Witness Testimony in the Courts Larry J. Cohen, PhD, JD Center for Psychological Studies; Nova Southeastern University 1999 World Conference on Pediatric Neuropsychology 02/1999 A five-day review and training program of scientific, medical and neuropsychological topics in Pediatric Neuropsychology Child Development Center at St. Mary s Hospital West Palm Beach, Florida Ethics, Mental Health and the Law 04/1999 Bruce Frumkin, PhD, ABPP Florida Psychological Association Delray Beach, Florida Risk Management in the Evolving Health Care Market 06/1999 Eric Harris, EdD, JD Nova Southeastern University The Range of Forensic Practice: 04/2000 Civil, Criminal, and Ethical Issues David Shapiro, PhD (a two day course) Nova Southeastern University
8 Laurence S. Levine, Psy.D., ABPP Page 8 Continuing Advanced Forensic Psychology Practice: 09/2000 Education (con t.): Issues and Applications A three and one-half-day series of intensive workshops addressing psycholegal topics in criminal, personal injury and probate law. Sponsored by the American Academy of Forensic Psychology Tampa, Florida Topics in Forensic Neuropsychology: 10/2000 A two day series of intensive workshops addressing: Clinical Decision Making; Assessing Malingering; When Experts Collide: Neuropsychological Consultation, Testimony and Encountering Colleagues in Court; Overview of Functional Neuroimaging and Implications for Neuropsychological Practice Sponsored by the American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology Chicago, Illinois Preparation for the Forensic Diplomat 02/2001 David Shapiro, PhD (a one day course) Nova Southeastern University Second Annual Updates in Clinical Psychiatry 09/2002 Sponsored by University of So. Fla. College of Medicine Lake Buena Vista, Florida Forensic Applications of the MMPI-2 (Day One) 11/2002 Advanced Topics in MMPI-2 Interpretation (Day Two) James N. Butcher, PhD, Yossef Ben-Porath, PhD Sponsored by University of Minnesota and Kent State University Tampa, Florida 2nd Annual Mild Cognitive Impairment Symposium 02/2004 Presented by the Wien Center for Alzheimer s Disease and Memory Disorders Miami Beach, Florida 2004 AACN Workshops & Annual Meeting 06/2004 American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology Consilience and pediatric traumatic brain injury Common pitfalls in statistical analysis Practicing beyond the Wechsler manuals Practical issues in clinical neuropsychological assessment Update on ethical issues in neuropsychology Minneapolis, Minnesota Expert Witnesses, The Adversary System, 10/2004 and the Voice of Reason Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute University of South Florida Palm Beach Gardens, Florida
9 Laurence S. Levine, Psy.D., ABPP Page 9 Continuing Ethical Decision Making and Risk 02/2005 Education (con t.): Management in Clinical Practice Eric Harris, Ed.D., J.D. APA Insurance Trust/Nova Southeastern University Orlando, Florida Forensic Applications of the MMPI-2 04/2005 MMPI-2 Restructured Clinical (RC) Scales Y. Ben-Porath, PhD, D. Clay-Sims, Esq., P. Arbisi, PhD A. Tellegen, PhD Kent State Univ./Univ. of Minn. Press Fort Lauderdale, FL National Institute on Presenting Psychological and 04/2005 Neuropsychological Evidence in Personal Injury and Medical Malpractice Cases 2- Day Conference Sponsored by: American Bar Association, American Psychological Association and the Illinois State Bar Association Chicago, Illinois 4th Annual Conference of the American Academy 06/2006 of Clinical Neuropsychology Case Studies of Financial Competency in Older Adults with Dementia A Syndromal Approach to Criminal Forensic Neuropsychology Matters of Import in Forensic Neuropsychology: Can a Panel of Experts Agree? Neuropsychology in the Courtroom: Discovery Wars, Records Management, Scope of Practice and Legal Requirements Assessment of Effort: Further Evolution Philadelphia, Pennsylvania VHI: Traumatic Brain Injury 11/2006 West Palm Beach, FL VAMC 5th Annual Conference of the American Academy 06/2007 of Clinical Neuropsychology Review of Genetics, Neuropathology and Neuropsychology of Frontotemporal Dementia Neuropsychological Assessment of Children for Forensic Purposes Pain Psychology for Neuropsychologists Understanding Somatization in the Practice of Clinical Neuropsychology Criminal Forensic Neuropsychology: It s Murder Denver, Colorado 6th Annual Conference of the American Academy 06/2008 of Clinical Neuropsychology Neuropsychology of Blast and War-related Traumatic Brain Injuries Evidence Based Assessment and Research Interpretation
10 Laurence S. Levine, Psy.D., ABPP Page 10 Continuing Education (con t.): Assessing Mild Traumatic Brain Injury in Forensic Settings Clinical Reasoning and New Developments in Neuropsychological Assessment AACN Consensus Conference: The Neuropsychological Assessment of Effort, Response Bias, and Malingering Boston Massachusetts Dementia: A Comprehensive Update (3-days) 06/2009 Division of Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology Brigham and Women s Hospital- Harvard Medical School Boston, MA 8th Annual Conference of the American Academy 06/2010 of Clinical Neuropsychology Cardiovascular Risk Factors, White Matter Disease and Cognition: A Longitudinal Study Scientific Update on Mild Traumatic Brain Injury fmri: A Primer for the Clinical Neuropsychologist Toxicology for Neuropsychologists The Financial Incentive Effect: It s Not Just Malingering Chicago, Illinois The MMPI-2-RF: An Advanced 11/2010 Workshop for Forensic Psychologists Yossef Ben-Porath, PhD American Academy of Forensic Psychology Miami, FL 9th Annual Conference of the American Academy 06/2011 of Clinical Neuropsychology Issues in the Neuropsychological Assessment of Patients with Pain in a Forensic Context Threats to the Validity of Inference in Neuropsychology and Novel Methods of Practice to Help Overcome Them Using the MMPI-2-RF in Forensic Evaluations The Neuropsychology of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Washington, DC Dementia: A Comprehensive Update (3-days) 05/2013 Harvard Medical School-Dept. of Continuing Education Massachusetts General Hospital McLean Hospital Brigham and Women s Hospital Boston, MA American Academy of Forensic Psychology 11/2013 Continuing Education Workshops Forensic Neuropsychiatry of Traumatic Brain Injury Hal S. Wortzel, MD Comprehensive Assessment of Feigning in Forensic Contexts Richard Frederick, PhD Challenges to Diagnostic Accuracy in Forensic Assessment Richard Frederick, PhD Fort Lauderdale, FL
11 Laurence S. Levine, Psy.D., ABPP Page 11 Continuing 12th Annual Conference of the American Academy 06/2014 Education (con t.): of Clinical Neuropsychology Ethics and Professionalism in Evidence-Based Clinical Neuropsychology Practice: How to Avoid Pitfalls by Example Scientific Update on Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mtbi) Neuropsychologist Experts and Neurolaw: Cases, Controversies, and New Admissibility Challenges Clinically Relevant Functional Neuroanatomy XI: Cortical- Subcortical Interactions Pain Psychology for Neuropsychologists: An Update New York City, New York