Contact Dr. Daley

email: drrobertdaley@gmail.com

phone:

(718) 544.0764

(516) 747.6828

(212) 935.3612

Professional Experience

1978 – Present     Private practice of psychotherapy.

1980 – Present     Forensic psychology, providing forensic and independent medical

                             evaluations, examination before trial, deposition.  Qualified as an expert

                             witness in state, local, and federal courts, and in administrative tribunals.

1981 – Present    Honorary Police Surgeon, New York City Police Department.  Provide pro

                             bono diagnostic evaluations concerning employee disability matters.

1982 – Present     Consultant, Riverbay Corporation.  Provide psychological screening of

                             armed public safety personnel and fitness-for-duty evaluations for a 

                             large private security force.

1985 - Present     Consultant, District Attorney’s Office, New York County, New York, N.Y.

                             Provide psychological screening, including authorization to carry

                             firearms, for detective investigator candidates, and fitness-for-duty

                             evaluations for troubled and/or problem employees.

1986 – Present    Consultant, District Attorney’s Office, Kings County, Brooklyn, N.Y.

                             Provide psychological screening, including authorization to carry

                             firearms, for detective investigator candidates, and fitness-for-duty

                             evaluations for troubled and/or problem employees.

1988 – 2000        Consultant, Special Narcotics Prosecutor’s Office, New York, N.Y.

                             Provide psychological screening, including authorization to carry

                             firearms, for detective investigator candidates, and fitness-for-duty

                             evaluations for troubled and/or problem employees.

1993 – Present    Consultant, District Attorney’s Office, Bronx County, Bronx, N.Y.

                             Provide psychological screening, including authorization to carry

                             firearms, for detective investigator candidates, and fitness-for-duty

                             evaluations for troubled and/or problem employees.

2001 – Present    Consultant, District Attorney’s Office, Queens County, Queens, N.Y.

                             Provide psychological screening, including authorization to carry

                             firearms, for detective investigator candidates, and fitness-for-duty

                             evaluations for troubled and/or problem employees.

1999 – Present    Consultant, Hunts Point Terminal Market, Bronx, N.Y.  Provide    

                             psychological screening of armed public safety personnel and fitness-

                             for-duty evaluations for a large private security force.

1980 – 1985        Senior Consulting Psychologist, New York City Police Department.

                            Per Diem member of a panel reviewing the psychological screening of

                            police officer candidates.  Duties included training and supervision of

                            psychologists, diagnostic evaluation of police candidates, liaison with

                            police and medical supervisory personnel.

1981 – 1986        Consultant, Chief Fire Marshal’s Office, New York City Fire Department.

                             Provided psychological screening of fire marshals (arson investigators)

                             regarding fitness to carry firearms.  Provided fitness-for-duty evaluations   

                             of troubled or problem employees.

 

1984 – 1986        Consultant, Medical Bureau, New York City Fire Department.  Designed,

                             implemented, supervised the first pre-appointment screening of

                             firefighter candidates, involving over 1100 applicants.

1978 – 1980         Director of Psychological Services, New York City Police Department. 

                             Supervised a staff of thirteen psychologists and one psychiatrist. 

                             Responsibilities of the service included diagnostic and fitness-for-duty

                             evaluations of police and civilian personnel referred by Police Surgeons

                             and field commanders; administration and clinical supervision of the

                             employee assistance program; psychological screening of police officer

                             candidates; development and implementation of specific approaches

                             to emerging problems in police work (e.g., development of techniques

                             for the handling of emotionally disturbed persons; development of

                             techniques for debriefing police officers who have been involved in

                             shooting incidents; formation of a panel to address the problem of

                             police suicides; development of rapid crisis intervention techniques for

                             traumatic events; specialized screening techniques for emergency

                             telephone (911) operators and undercover narcotics detectives;

                             identification of violence-prone police officers, etc.)

1974 – 1978        Staff psychologist, Psychological Services, New York City Police     

                            Department

 

Education

Ph.D.   1978       Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, Florida

                           Clinical Psychology

M.A.    1976       John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York, N.Y.

                            Forensic Psychology

B.A.     1971        John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York, N.Y.

                            Psychology
 

Additional Training

1975                    New York Center for Psychoanalytic Training

1976 – 1978        Clinical Fellow, Morton Prince Clinic, New York, N.Y.

 

Affiliations

American Psychological Association

New York State Psychological Association

American Psychology-Law Society

 

Awards

2006                     Doctor of Humane Letters,  Honoris Causa,

                                American College of Chiropractors

Other

1999 – 2015            Member, Board of Trustees, New York Chiropractic College

                                         Chair, Academic Affairs Committee (2001 – 2007)

                                         Chair, Committee on Trustees (2002 – 2007)

                                         Vice-Chair of the Board (2007 – 2008)

                                         Chair of the Board (2008 – 2010)

 

Publications

____________,        The psychological stresses of police work.  Invited address at the

                               National Academy, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Washington, D.C.

                               March, 1979.

____________,         The psychological screening of police officers.  Invited address at the

                                annual meeting of the International Association of Chiefs of Police,

                                New Orleans, Louisiana, September, 1981.

 

License                New York

 

References         Upon request