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Dr. Glen is board certified in Clinical Neuropsychology by the American Board of Professional Psychology. She is a licensed psychologist in the state of Florida (PY 6757). Dr. Glen also holds an ASPPB Interjurisdictional Practice Certificate accepted in the following states: Georgia, Idaho, Kentucky, Mississippi, New Hampshire, Ohio and South Carolina.
For more than a decade, Dr. Glen held the position of Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Neurology at UF Health Neuroscience Institute in Jacksonville, Florida. Prior to that she served as the Director of Neuropsychology at Walton Rehabilitation Hospital in Augusta, Georgia.
Dr. Glen completed a doctorate in Clinical Psychology at the Georgia School of Professional Psychology, and completed an American Psychological Association- and Canadian Psychological Association-accredited internship in Pediatric Neuropsychology at Alberta Children’s Hospital. Dr. Glen completed a National Institute of Health research training grant funded residency in Neuropsychology at the University of Alabama-Birmingham School of Medicine.
Dr. Glen specializes in diagnosis and treatment planning for neurologic conditions with impact on thinking, mood and behavior, such as traumatic brain injury, epilepsy, Parkinson’s Disease and other movement disorders, stroke, and Alzheimer’s/Mild Cognitive Impairment and other types of degenerative dementia. Dr. Glen provides neuropsychological consultation for children, adults and elders.
Dr. Tannahill Glen
3019 St Johns Avenue
Jacksonville, Florida 32205
Dr. Glen is located in the historic Riverside-Avondale neighborhood in Jacksonville, Florida, As part of this unique mobile consultation service, Dr. Glen comes to your office, as needed, for the greatest convenience. Just call or email for more information, or to make an appointment.
Q: I might hire a testifying expert, so why would I need a consultant?
A: Aggressive tactics directed at restricting, excluding or limiting testifying experts are common in litigation, and often make it exceedingly time-consuming and expensive for attorneys to proceed with direct examination, and even discourage testifying experts from taking or continuing with your case.
Fortunately, there are many ways to introduce your message and evidence into the record and courtroom, and only rarely does this require a direct examination and testimony from an identified expert neuropsychologist. Dr. Glen helps you maximize the impact of depositions and cross-examination, defend challenges to your witnesses and positions, and elicit the information you need to prepare your case.
Q: Why would I need to hire an expert before a case even goes to mediation?
A: Information that a consulting expert provides before you go into mediation can help you fully appreciate and address the strengths and challenges of your case, and can result in significant changes to claims or offers. This early identification of major issues is strategic, and helps you move forward while saving you time and effort. And too often I've been retained in a case long after depositions are complete, resulting in missed opportunities.
Q: What if the case settles at mediation and nothing further is needed?
A: Neuropsychology, Inc. consulting has tiered pricing based on phase of litigation: pre-mediation, deposition preparation, and trial. You pay for only the services you need, unless you choose a full-service consultation package.
Q: I already have a testifying expert. Why would I ask my client to pay for consulting services?
A: First and foremost, opposing counsel will likely have their own consultant! And even if not, hiring one of your own provides you with a courtroom advantage.
Also, your testifying expert is, first and foremost, a clinician, and may not have the time, expertise or experience to provide the intensive consultation and preparation necessary in complex cases.
More importantly, he or she provides an objective opinion and does not blend the roles of advocate and unbiased examiner, while a non-testifying expert can predict and assist in developing strategic and tactical movements in the case.
Finally, the cost of a consulting expert pales in comparison to the costs of potential losses, unexpected maneuvers, and staff time.
Q: How do I know when to hire a consulting expert?
A: Non-testifying consulting can be as minimal or extensive as your needs dictate. But in general, you should hire a non-testifying consultant whenever there is a major settlement demand.
A neuropsychological consultant is strongly recommended every time there is a neuropsychological/neurological claim related to brain damage, and in cases with psychiatric/psychological claims.
A consulting expert is a superb option when there are fractious and expensive efforts to exclude or limit potential testifying experts; this often presents an opportunity to introduce your evidence in novel and less predictable ways, giving you a courtroom advantage.
Often depositions are begun even before direct examination, and hiring a consultant for preparation for your depositions helps you maximize the impact of those opportunities.
Consulting is also desirable when neuropsychological evaluation has already been performed that is favorable to your case, when limitations have precluded your ability to have your own examination performed, and when there is simply no time for direct examination or testifying expert disclosure.