About Dr. Fine
Dr. Emily B. Fine, Ph.D., QME is a clinical neuropsychologist, licensed clinical psychologist, and qualified medical evaluator (QME), who has extensive experience conducting forensic psychology and neuropsychology evaluations for workers' compensation, fitness-for-duty, peace officer pre-employment, immigration, personal injury, criminal forensic, social security disability, veteran compensation and pension, and capacity, as well as evaluations of mental health and cognitive disorders for diagnostic and treatment purposes. She is also trained in numerous types of psychotherapy for individuals, couples, families, and groups.
Individual, Couples, and Family Psychotherapy, including EMDR
Learn to understand, cope with, and reduce symptoms for a variety of mental health conditions.
Peace Officer Pre-Employment Evaluations
A pre-employment psychological evaluation is required for peace officers to determine if they are psychologically suitable for the job.
Individuals claiming a mental health or cognitive work-related injury require a psychological and/or neuropsychological evaluation.
A psychological FFDE results from objective evidence that the employee may be unable to safely or effectively perform a defined job, and a reasonable basis for believing that the cause may be attributable to a psychological condition or impairment.
Immigration evaluations and reports are very specific in terms of the points they need to address, and only a professional who is well-versed in the area of immigration can provide these services.
Consultation with Professionals
Consultation with professionals can be a way to have your questions and concerns addressed and to make certain your clients receive the care they deserve.
Patients with mental health diagnoses and/or cognitive deficits may lack medical consent capacity, sexual consent capacity, financial capacity, capacity to drive, and/or capacity to live independently.
Traumatic Brain Injury Evaluations
Traumatic brain injury (TBI), a form of acquired brain injury, can be caused by a bump, blow, or jolt to the head.
A stroke occurs when a blood vessel that carries oxygen and nutrients to the brain is either blocked by a clot or bursts
MCI & Dementia Evaluations
MCI is between normal cognitive aging and dementia, a disease of the brain, which may include cognitive, mood, emotional, personality, and motor symptoms.
Learning Disorder Evaluations
Learning disorders are neurologically-based processing problems that can interfere with learning basic skills such as reading, writing and/or math.
People with ADHD may have trouble paying attention, controlling impulsive behaviors (may act without thinking about what the result will be), or modulating activity.
Pre-Surgical Psychological Evaluations
Pre-surgical psychological evaluations help to identify risk and protective factors, which can predict surgical outcome, prior to surgery.