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Clinical Psychology Associates of North Central Florida - Dr. Bordini   Adult, Adolescent and Child Clinical and Forensic Neuropsychology

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR            Professional Staff:    Shannon R. Caramiello, Psy.D.     Jennifer Evans, Psy.D.                                     
Image of Dr. Ernest J. Bordini, Ph.D.

Specializing in Neuropsychological & Forensic Assessment

Ph.D. & M.A.

Clinical & Health Psychology
University of Florida, Gainesville

Dissertation: Prediction of Incidents in a forensic

Psychiatric Facility....

Minor Neuropsychology, University of Florida

B.A. Psychology,
Boston College    Scholar of the College

Internship VA Med. Center, Gainesville, FL

Residency Behavioral Health Associates, Gainesville, FL


Advances and issues in the diagnostic differential of malingering versus brain injury. Neurorehabilitation 17 (2002) 93-104
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  Dr. Bordini is a member of

  the American Psychological Association

  Division 19:  Society for Military Psychology

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Ernest J. Bordini, Ph.D

Executive Director
Licensed Psychologist                 
Vita .pdf

Dr. Bordini is a neuropsychologist who has practiced in the Gainesville & Ocala areas for more than 25 years. He was a founder of the Florida Psychological Association (FPA) Neuropsychological Interest Division and the local CHADD Chapter.  He is the current owner/editor of www.NeuropsychologyCentral.com,  a neuropsychology website meta-source devoted exclusively to the subject of Human Neuropsychology,founded by Jeff Brondke, Ph.D. with articles from neuropsychologists around the country.

Named an Florida Psychological Association (FPA) Distinguished Psychologist, Dr. Bordini served six years as a member of the FPA Board of Directors, was the first President of the FPA Neuropsychology Division, and served as a past FPA Insurance & Practice Chair.

He has published in the areas of addiction, personality, & neuropsychological testing and the assessment of malingering.  He has served as a supervisor of a number of residents in psychology and psychology interns, providing supervision and training in psychotherapy, psychological assessment and in pediatric and adult neuropsychology. 

Dr. Bordini has testified in Federal & State Courts as an expert in psychology & neuropsychological assessment.  He earned certification in the Treatment of Alcohol & Psychoactive Substance Abuse by the Board of Governors when it was offered by the APA College of Professional Psychology and is a DOT certified Substance Abuse Professional. 

Dr. Bordini has served as the Lead Employee Assistance Program Provider for the City of Gainesville EAP for 15 years and has provided consultation, or services to a number of law enforcement agencies including fitness for duty evaluation and assisting officers involved in officer-involved shootings.  He serves on the City of Gainesville Violence Avoidance Task force and has conducted violence risk assessments for governmental and industrial organization. 

Dr. Bordini has more than 20 years of private practice forensic experience in psychological and neuropsychological evaluation in forensic and employment settings. This has involved evaluation of medical and other personell for fitness for duty and professional practice disability, psychological and neuropsychological independent medical examinations, evaluations related to impaired physicians, law enforcement officers, and neuropsychological evaluation of brain injuries in civil and Worker's Compensation cases.  He has qualified as an expert in neuropsychology, post-traumatic stress disorder and clinical psychology in state and/or federal courts, the Florida Worker's Compensation System, and the Florida Dept. of Vocational Rehabilitation system. 

Dr. Bordini has presented lectures to forensic psychiatry fellows in the University of Florida Forensic Psychiatry Division Forensic Institute in his past role as a University of Florida Courtesy Clinical Assistant Professor in Psychiatry.

Though no longer part of his normal practice, he has experience in the evaluation of criminal defendents began with experience at North Florida Evaluation and Treatment Center, a state facility for involuntarily committed individuals who were incompetent to stand trial or not guilty by reason of insanity. His criminal assessments have largely involved the psychological or neuropsychological assessment of murder cases. He has experience with death penalty appeal cases and has evaluated a number of multiple homicide cases. Prominent cases include evaluation of serial killer Aileen Wournos for the prosecution and defense evaluation of William Wells.

 

 


 
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