MCLE Presentation Topics

The following is a list of topics about which fpamed experts can offer educational MCLE presentations:


  1. “Heck of a Job!” –  The Role of Forensic Psychiatrists and Psychologists in Employment Litigation. Heck of a Job! Understanding & Assessing Emotional Damage Claims in Employment Litigation
  2. “Stressing the Point” – Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD): What it is and What it is Not.
  3. PTSD – It’s Role in Civil Litigation
  4. Mass Tort Litigation – the Unique Role of Psychiatic and Psychological Assessment in Evaluating Group Claims of Emotional Damages.
  5. Toxic Torts – the Role of a Forensic Psychiatrist and Psychologist in Evaluating Emotional Damages Associated with Toxic Torts.
  6. “Subjective Disorders” – Evaluating Psychiatric and Neuropsychological Somatic “Syndromes” that Feature Subjective Complaints of Pain Without Evidence of Organic Pathology – e.g., Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, Regional Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD), etc.
  7. “The Last Dance” – The Role of Forensic Psychiatrist and Psychologists  in Addressing Questions of Testamentary Capacity, Undue Influence and in Will Contests.
  8. “Shrink on the Couch” – Depositing Mental Health Professionals.
  9. The  Significance and Important Role  of Personality Disorders in Civil Litigation.
  10. Boundary Violations  by Professionals (Sexual, Financial, Social) and Their Significance in Malpractice Litigation.
  11. Psychiatric, Psychological and Forensic “Standard of Care” in Medical Malpractice Litigation
  12. Stress in the Workplace – The Importance of Understanding Stress in Our Clients, Colleagues & Ourselves.
  13. Substance Abuse – What It Is and What Is Its Role in Civil Litigation.
  14. The Particular Value of Using a Forensic Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist to Assess Claims of Emotional Injury to Children.
  15. The Unique Skills and Role of a Neuropsychologist in Assessing Cognitive Functioning & Impairment.
  16. Child Sexual Abuse – Accurately Assessing Allegations, Its Consequences and Treatment
  17. Frquent Issues Arising in Custody Battles – the Important Role of Forensic Child Psychiatric Opinion
  18. Assessing the Neurocognitive  Significance Consequences of Head Injury and Traumatic Brain Injury
  19. Understanding the Role, Significance and Value of Psychological and Neurocognitive Testing in Civil and Criminal Litigation