Dr. Levine is a clinical and forensic psychologist. He treats individuals who are suffering from numerous psychosocial stressors, trauma, and serious mental illness.
Dr. Levine provides forensic psychological assessment in immigration cases (i.e. Hardship, Asylum, N-648 waivers) as well as in cases involving workers compensation and personal injury. He also engages in pre-employment psychological assessment and fitness-for-duty evaluations for high stakes positions. Additionally, Dr. Levine assesses competency to handle one’s own affairs.
Dr. Levine provides pre-surgical evaluations (i.e. bariatric and spinal cord stimulation), accommodations for academic testing, and adoption.
Dr. Levine provides individual, couples, and family therapy with clients experiencing difficulties with anger, stress management, relationship issues, life transitions, parenting, marital problems, depression, anxiety, behavioral problems, and trauma. Dr. Levine primarily utilizes evidence based approaches of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy. He helps patients break down their difficulties by using practical problem-solving approaches.
Dr. Levine has been in practice since 2003. He has provided workshops in the area of ethics, psychological assessment, and resiliency. Dr. Levine has provided consultation, treatment, and assessment for the Department of Justice, the Department of Defense, and as an officer in the United States Army. He was also retained as an independent consultant for the Department of Health and Human Services as well as the Department of Homeland Security.