Elliott B. Rosenbaum, Psy.D., ABPP
Board Certified Clinical Psychologist
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Dr. Elliott B. Rosenbaum is a board certified clinical psychologist with years of experience in the court room. As chief of mental health at Naval Hospital, Jacksonville Florida, Dr. Rosenbaum ran the largest military mental health clinic in the U.S. southeast region where he supervised a team of 28 psychiatrists, psychologists, clinical social workers and mental health technicians. He was responsible for the mental health care of 50,000 active duty Marines and Sailors and their families. Dr. Rosenbaum also served as chief forensic naval psychologist where he conducted and oversaw over 1,000 mental health evaluations including fitness for duty evaluations, secret clearance evaluations, fitness to stand trial, and assisted in all NCIS related inquiries. He is an experienced expert witness and has routinely been found by courts to be a highly qualified expert in the field of clinical psychology in both criminal and civil cases. Trained at Johns Hopkins University and The George Washington University, Dr. Rosenbaum completed his internship at Bethesda Naval Hospital and served at the NSA conducting mental health evaluations on new agents. He is a recognized authority on Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and currently serves as Lieutenant Commander in the U.S. Naval Reserves as a reservist clinical psychologist. Dr. Rosenbaum is currently in private practice in Jacksonville, FL where specializes in forensic mental health evaluations.
Professional Qualifications & Memberships
Clinical Psychologist Private Practice, Jacksonville, FL. Clinical psychology private practice specializing in forensic psychological evaluations, expert witness consultations, psychoeducational assessments and psychotherapy.
2011 - Present.
Director of Mental Health, Naval Hospital Jacksonville, FL. Oversaw mental health clinic with 28 staff members comprised of psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers and psychiatric technicians serving more than 50,000 active duty Marines and Sailors and their families. Also served as Director of Forensic Psychology Services overseeing hundreds of fitness for duty evaluations, fitness to stand trial and secret clearance evaluations. 2010-2011
Staff Psychologist, Naval Hospital Jacksonville, FL. Provide a wide range of psychological assessments and interventions with a focus on treatment for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Head of Family Medicine Clinic Psychology Service, providing mental health care to 18,000 military dependents and retirees in the primary care setting. 2008-2011
Staff Psychologist, Mental Health Unit, Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, SC. Temporary Duty. Screened Marine Corps Recruits at various stages of training for suitability for military service. 2009
Psychology Resident, The National Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, MD. Intensive rotations in outpatient psychotherapy, inpatient psychiatry, neuropsychological assessment, health psychology, security clearance assessment (NSA), and trauma and brain injury assessment and treatment. 2007-2008
Psychology Extern, Midshipman Development Center, United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD. Provided psychological interventions to Naval Academy Midshipmen. 2006-2007
Psychology Extern, The Center Clinic, School of Professional Psychology, The George Washington University. Provided low-cost psychological services to Greater Washington Area residents. 2005-2006
Crisis Counselor - Shaarei Tzedek Hospital, Jerusalem, Israel. Provided crisis counseling to English-speaking population in Israel during terror attacks. 2001-2002
Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) The George Washington University, School of Professional Psychology. Awarded Fellow Status as a result of academic and professional achievement. 2008
Internship The National Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, MD. Rotations in outpatient psychotherapy, inpatient psychiatry, neuropsychological assessment, health psychology, security clearance assessment (NSA), and trauma and brain injury assessment and treatment. 2007-2008
Masters in Counseling Program John's Hopkins University, MD. Mid-program transfer to GWU Doctoral Program. 2003-2004
Intensive Psychotherapy Certification London School of Psychotherapy, Regent's College, London, England. 150-hour psychotherapy certification program.
Crisis Counseling Certification Shaarei Tzedek Hospital, Jerusalem, Israel. 30-hour crisis counseling and intervention certification program.
Bachelor of Arts (BA) State University of New York (SUNY). Psychology Major. 1998-2002.