David E. Arredondo, MD
648 Menlo Avenue Suite 9 Menlo Park, CA 94025
About the Expert
Dr. Arredondo is an impeccably trained and very experienced psychiatrist who specializes in child adolescent adult and family psychiatry. He is a graduate of Harvard College and Harvard Medical School.
Areas of Expertise
- Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts, 1975-1980
- Harvard College, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1973-1975
- Rice University, Houston, Texas, 1972-1973
- Pan-American University, Edinburg, Texas, 1971-1972
- California License # CO43199
- 1983-1984 Fellow in Child Psychiatry, Massachusetts Mental Health Center, Department of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts
- 1981-1983 Resident in Psychiatry, Massachusetts Mental Health Center, Department of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts
- 1980-1981 Intern in Neurology, Family Practice and Psychiatry, University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, Texas
- Academic Journals:
- Reduction of Recidivism In a Juvenile Mental Health Court: A Controlled Evaluation Study, Juvenile Justice Update; Vol. 15., No. 6 pgs. 3 & 14: David E. Arredondo, MD and Christine Cantera
- Child development and Juvenile Justice, Journal of the Center for Families, Children & the Courts 2005, in press
- Child Development, Childrens Mental Health and the Juvenile Justice System: Principles for Effective Decision Making, Stanford Law and Policy Review; Vol. 14.1 2003 pgs 13-28: David E. Arredondo, MD
- Juvenile Mental Health Court: Rationale and Protocols, Juvenile and Family Court Journal; Fall 2001: David E. Arredondo, MD, Kurt Kumli, JD, Larry Soto, LCSW, Enrique Colin, JD, Jill Ornellas, BA, Judge Raymond J. Davilla, Judge Leonard P. Edwards, Judge Eugene M. Hyman
- Attachment, Bonding, and Reciprocal Connectedness: Limitations of Attachment Theory in the Juvenile and Family Court, Journal of the Center for Families, Children & the Courts, Vol. 2, 2000, pgs. 109-127: David E. Arredondo, MD, Honorable Leonard P. Edwards
- Affective Comorbidity in Psychiatrically Hospitalized Adolescents with Conduct Disorder or Oppositional Defiant Disorder: Should Conduct Disorder be Treated with Mood Stabilizers? Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology, Vol 4, No. 3, pgs 151-158, 1994. David E. Arredondo, MD, Stephen
- Butler, Ph.D.
- Affective Comorbidity in Children and Adolescents with Attention Deficit, Hyper Activity Disorder, Annals of Clinical Psychiatry, Vol 7, No 2, pgs 51-55, 1995: Stephen Butler, Ph.D., David E. Arredondo, MD CV, David E. Arredondo, M.D.
- The Clinical and Laboratory Significance of Intracranial Pressure Reserve Testing, Archives of Neurology, Vol 35, 1978: Harold Wilkenson, MD, Ph.D., David E. Arredondo, MD, A.B., Debra Kramer, Samuel Weems..
- The Effect of Prazosin on Vulnerability to Ventricular Arrhythmias, Clinical Research Vol. 27, No 3, 1979: David E. Arredondo, MD, R. Verier, B. Lown.
- Book Chapters:
- Reciprocal Connectedness and the Limitations of Attachment Theory in the Family and Juvenile Delinquency Courts Neil G. Ribner ed. Handbook of Juvenile Forensic Psychology pg.473 (2002) Jossey-Bass.
- Attachment, Bonding and Reciprocal Connectedness: Limitations of Attachment Theory in the Juvenile and Family Court Laoise King, JD ed. Advocacy for Children and Families. Moving from Sympathy to Empathy pg. 1-25 (2001).
- Other Publications:
- EMQ Matrix Handbook: Philosophy and Practice Principles, 2001,2003: David E. Arredondo, Darrell F. Evora, Gina L. Sessions, Craig E. Wolfe.
- CITA: A Court for the Individualized Treatment of Juvenile Offenders With Mental Illness, Community Mental Health Report, Vol.2, No.5 2002: Stefany Chong, David E. Arredondo, MD.
- Juvenile Mental Health Court, Journal for Juvenile Justice and Detention Services, Vol.16, No.1, pgs. 53-73; Spring 2001: David E. Arredondo, MD, Kurt Kumli, JD, Larry Soto, LCSW, Enrique Colin, JD, Jill Ornellas, BA Hon. Ray Davilla, Hon. Leonard P. Edwards, Hon. Eugene M. Hyman.
- The Art of Strength-Based DSM-IV Diagnosis in Child and Family Centered Practice; EMQ Children & Family Services Technical Report, Outcomes and Diagnostic Training Curriculum; 2001.
- Sex and Attractiveness of Experimenter as a Psychophysiological Variable: The Zajonic Hypotheses Reexamined: David E. Arredondo, MD, Mark Sedler, Rudy V. Nydegger, Ph.D., Rice University Technical Research Report No. 73-10, 1973.
- Curriculum Vitae - Forensic
CURRICULUM VITAE - FORENSIC David E. Arredondo
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