My Forensic Work
Dr. Glass is a Psychiatrist who has been Board Certified by the American Board of Psychiatry since 1976, and a Board Certified Addictionologist who has been certified by the American Medical Society on Alcoholism and other Drugs of Dependence since 1986. He is a Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the Baylor College of Medicine, the University of Texas Medical School at Houston, and the Cornell Weill Medical Program at The Methodist Hospital in Houston. As such he has taught both medical students and Psychiatric Residents.
He started the Navy’s Substance Abuse Program in 1972 at the Bethesda Naval Hospital, and since that time has been the Medical Director as well as the owner, and the individual who was able to develop, license, and manage inpatient, residential, and outpatient Substance Abuse and Psychiatric Treatment Programs in a variety of public and private settings.
A practicing Psychiatrist, and clinician, Dr. Glass has been recognized as one of the few physicians in the country who can evaluate pilots for the FAA, as well as the Airline Pilot’s Association, and has done Independent Medical Examinations for the Texas Board of Medical Examiner’s as well as the Texas Bar Association’s Grievance Committee and many others companies and unions.
He has published more than 30 articles in Peer Reviewed Journals, and presented at a large number of Professional Meetings on Psychiatric and Substance Abuse Related Topics including meetings of the Texas Criminal Lawyer Association and the Advanced Family Law Seminar of the Advanced Family Law Seminar of the Texas Bar Association. His areas of expertise include:
Areas of Expertise
Substance Abuse Problems and Treatment
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Sexual Harassment in the Work Place
Psychiatric & Substance Abuse Issues & Treatment as a Mitigating Factor in Criminal Defense Assessment of Psychiatric, Emotional and Functional Impairment after an Injury
Defense of DWI's related to the Standardized Field Sobriety Tests
The Side Effects and Sequellae of Psychiatric Medications, specifically SSRI type
antidepressants and AntiPsychotics on individuals
Psychiatric and Substance Abuse Malpractice
Issues in treatment with Methadone including that with Methadone Maintenance Programs
Swarthmore College, B.A.
Northwest University Medical School, M.D.
Psychiatric Residency, Yale University Medical School
Lt. Commander, U.S. Navy
Certified, American Board of Psychiatry/Neurology
Certified, American Medical Society of Addiction Medicine
Distinguished Life Fellow, American Psychiatric Association
American Medical Society of Addiction Medicine (State Chairman 1974-19860
American College of Forensic Psychiatry (former Board Member)
American Academy of Psychiatrists in the Law
Baylor College of Medicine
University of Texas Medical School in Houston
Cornell Weill Medical Program at the Methodist Hospital in Houston
25+ years Private Practice
Medical Director, Multiple Psychiatric/Substance Abuse Facilities
Director, Evaluator and Manager, Corporate and Union Employee Assistance Program
Past Chairman, Harris County Medical Society Physician Counseling Committee
30+ Professional Publications
Oxygen Network Case Study
Houston TV interview
Quoted in Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Houston Chronicle
Speaker at National and State Professional Meetings including
American Psychiatric Association, American Association of Law and Psychiatry, American College of Forensic Psychiatry, Texas Family Lawyers Association, Texas Trial Lawyers Association, Airlines Pilot’s Association, Texas Psychological Association, Houston Council on Alcoholism
Dr. Glass tries to keep a balance of approximately 50% Plaintiff and 50% Defendant in his Forensic work, and as a full time practicing Psychiatrist limits the amount of time he spends doing Legal Consultation.