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Clinical Psychiatry Services

Forensic Services Available Nationally

Meet Dr. Crowley

Dr. Crowley, a Yale Medical School alumnus and graduate of the Washington Psychoanalytic Institute, has been practicing psychiatry— clinical, forensic, and administrative— for over fifty years. He now conducts all sessions by telemedicine.

In his forensic practice, which is both extensive and varied, he has served as psychiatric consultant, examiner, and expert witness in many types of civil and criminal cases, in the courts of several states (CA, DC, DE, FL, GA, KY, LA, MD, MI, MO, NC, NJ, NV, NY, OH, PA, SC, TX, VA, WI, WV, WY) as well as in federal courts and courts martial. He has worked on matters of all kinds where state of mind is at issue. His recent cases have involved issues of: security clearance; fitness for duty; malpractice; capacity to contract; testamentary capacity and undue influence; PTSD; trauma and stress; sexual misconduct by professionals; sexual harassment; stalking; hospital standards; dangerousness assessments in the workplace; criminal responsibility; competence for trial; presentencing recommendations to Court; eligibility for release from incarceration.

Overview of Practice

Dr. Crowley teaches at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, where he is Adjunct Professor of Psychiatry. He was honored by receiving the Roeske Award for Excellence in Medical Student Education from the American Psychiatric Association. He is actively involved in the USUHS clinical research team which leads in the study of PTSD and other stress disorders. Dr. Crowley is a member of the Center For the Study of Traumatic Stress.

Psych News Alert

Young Cancer Survivors May Experience Cognitive Problems, Suicidal Thoughts

Child and adolescent survivors of cancer—particularly those experiencing cognitive problems—may be at higher risk of suicidal thoughts than other youth their age, suggests a report in Psycho-Oncology. “Survivors of pediatric cancer are at elevated risk for both neurocognitive and psychological difficulties following cancer treatment,” wrote Christina M. Sharkey, Ph.D., of Children’s National Hospital in Washington,… [...]

PCPs Sought Advice More Often on Youth Mental Illness First Year of Pandemic

Pediatric primary care providers (PCPs) made more calls to two state programs seeking advice on how to treat youth with mental illness, especially those with comorbid conditions, during the COVID-19 pandemic than before the pandemic. These findings were published today in Psychiatric Services in Advance. The research is based on data from Pediatric Mental Health… [...]

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia May Prevent Depression in Older Adults

Cognitive-behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBT-I) may help to prevent depression in older adults with insomnia disorder, according to a report published today in JAMA Psychiatry. “Insomnia, occurring in nearly 50% of persons 60 years or older, contributes to a 2-fold greater risk of major depression,” wrote Michael R. Irwin, M.D., of the David Geffen School… [...]

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For forensic inquiries, please call Dr. Crowley at 202-537-3300 or email him.

For patient appointments, call or text Alyssa Cotter at 240-831-1892 or email her.

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