Forensic Psychiatric, Psychological, and Neuropsychological
Evaluations and Examinations

A team of experienced university experts diligently serving
the forensic and independent mental health evaluation
needs of our community.

Forensic Psychiatry Evaluations

Britta Ostermeyer, MD, MBA.
Dr. Ostermeyer is a board-certified general and forensic psychiatrist who trained in neurology at Baylor College of
Medicine, in psychiatry at Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons, and in forensic psychiatry at Case Western Reserve University. She performs a variety of forensic assessments and mental health evaluations in the civil and criminal domain, including evaluations for and related to competency to stand trial, sanity at the time of the alleged offense, civil commitment and forced medications, violence risk assessment, malingering, disability, psychiatric harm, testimonial capacity, fitness for duty, sexual harassment, and malpractice.
Contact: Britta Ostermeyer
(405) 271-5121

Independent Psychology and Social Work Evaluations

Michael Brand, PhD, LCSW.
Dr. Brand provides comprehensive evaluations for families, employers, governmental agencies, courts and attorneys regarding Michael W. Brand, PhDindividual’s psychosocial, family and employment functioning. Dr. Brand also offers research, consultation and document reviews related to substance use, mental health and legal issues. He is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor, and Clinical Member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.
Contact: Angie Cooley
(405) 271-5121, Ext. 47674​

Julio Rojas, PhD.
Dr. Rojas is a licensed health service psychologist who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of addictive disorders, psychiatric comorbidity, and trauma. He has extensive experience in conducting evaluations for Oklahoma professional licensure boards, healthcare organizations, and businesses.  His evaluation consists of a four-hour in person interview, psychological testing, and feedback. An additional four hours is devoted to conducting interviews with family members and other relevant sources, reviewing medical and treatment records, and completing a final written report. The report includes a recommendation about the individual’s fitness-for-duty, diagnostic information, and treatment recommendations.
Contact: Angie Cooley
(405) 271-5121, Ext. 47674​

Forensic Neuropsychology Evaluations

Jim Scott, PhD, ABPP-CN.
Dr. Scott is a board-certified neuropsychologist through the American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP) with more than 25 years of experience in neuropsychological assessment of individuals with neurologic injuries and diseases of the central nervous system. He sees adults and children as young as age 6 and performs civil medical-legal examinations for Independent Medical Examinations (IME), Workers’ Compensation, personal injury, product liability, and medical malpractice assessments. His examinations focus on quantitative examination of brain functioning and the impact of injury or accidents on cognitive and emotional functioning.

John Linck, PhD, ABPP-CN
. Dr. Linck is a board-certified clinical neuropsychologist through the American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP). In addition to his John Linck, PhDgeneral clinical practice, he performs a wide variety of medical-legal/forensic evaluations in the civil domain. These evaluations include, but are not limited to, assessing the cognitive, behavioral and emotional factors in personal injury litigation, Independent Medical Evaluations (IMEs) for disability, Workers’ Compensation, fitness for duty, and examinations for the allied health and medical boards in Oklahoma. Depending on the type of referral, the evaluations range from one to two days and include clinical interviews, review of medical records, clinical observation and the administration of pencil-and-paper and computerized neurocognitive measures. For some evaluations, depositions and/or court testimony may be indicated.

Russell L. Adams, PhD, ABPP-CN.
Dr. Adams is a clinical neuropsychologist who is board-certified in two separate areas—clinical neuropsychology and clinical psychology. Dr. Adams practices general clinical neuropsychology and his primary forensic interest includes both defense and plaintiff work in cases involving brain injury and brain dysfunction, psychological factors impacting injury, and pain disorders. Dr. Adams' cases include personal injury cases, Workers’ Compensation injuries, Independent Medical Examinations (IME) for disability, and other types of medical-legal neuropsychological referrals. He performs civil but not criminal evaluations.
Contact: Gary Geiger
(405) 271-4488

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University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
College of Medicine
Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences
920 Stanton L. Young Blvd.
G. Rainey Williams Pavilion - 3rd Floor
Oklahoma City, OK  73104