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INTERNATIONAL PREMIER SPEAKERS AND TRAINERS BUREAU OF THE

NATIONAL CENTER FOR CRISIS MANAGEMENT
AMERICAN ACADEMY OF EXPERTS IN TRAUMATIC STRESS

 

 

PROFESSIONAL INFORMATION

 


Dr. Brad Lindell

President, American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress
Chairman, National Center for Crisis Management
School Crisis Management Consultant

Dr. Brad Lindell


Dr. Brad Lindell is the President of The American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress and Chairman of the National Center for Crisis Management. He is a Clinical Psychologist and serves as the Executive Director of Operations for Mental Health Document Review (MHDR) - a psychological cost containment company. Dr. Lindell frequently consults with the insurance industry in the detection of unnecessary and fraudulent psychological claims. He is an author of A Practical Guide for Crisis Response in Our Schools, A Practical Guide for University Crisis Response and Mental Health Cost Containment: Detecting Unnecessary and Fraudulant Services Following a Motor Vehicle Accident. He has been called upon by the legal community and the National Insurance Crime Bureau. Dr. Lindell has served as a statistical and research consultant to corporations and governmental agencies for over twenty years. He has served as an Adjunct Professor for Hofstra University and Dowling College. As a School Psychologist, Dr. Lindell works for the Connetquot School District in New York.

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Dr. Brad Lindell travels from Melville, New York, United States. For more information regarding US, international and keynote speaker fees please contact Ms. Annmarie Arleo, Director of Operations, by email at aarleo@nc-cm.org or by telephone at 800-810-7550.


 

 

 

 

WORKSHOPS, PRESENTATIONS AND SEMINAR TOPICS AND DESCRIPTIONS

     
 

School Crisis Management
This program aims to empower all educators to address the structure and process of school crisis management (see www.schoolcrisisresponse.com).

University Crisis Response Managing University-Based Crises
This program aims to empower all educators to address the structure and process of college and university crisis management (see www.universitycrisisresponse.com).