Meet Dr. NeumannPh.D.
Dr. Neumann earned his PhD in clinical research at the University of Alberta. Dissertation topic: neuropsychological assessment and treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder among Canadian and American Vietnam war veterans. As a former combat arms officer in the Canadian Army, veteran experiences have provided a unique application for the healing process.
His graduate training included courses in family, group and individual counselling, clinical psychiatry, neuropsychology and intellectual, educational and personality assessments. He is qualified as expert witness in clinical neuropsychology and clinical psychology at Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench, Provincial Court of Alberta, Criminal and Family Divisions. He has extensive experience performing court-ordered neuropsychological and other assessments throughout northern Alberta – fitness for trial, treatment progress and non-criminally responsible status of acute-care forensic in-patients. He has worked in a broad variety of settings, including hospitals, schools, and clinics in child welfare, medicine, clinical psychology, and private practice and providing consultations to practitioner colleagues and workers’ compensation clinics in Calgary and Edmonton for over 25 years. He has conducted clinical and research supervision of honours undergraduate and graduate psychology student interns and provisional psychologists. He continues to supervise licensing candidates in clinical and forensic psychology as well as teaching a seminar course in forensic psychology in the Department of Psychology at the University of Alberta.