Bradley W. Freeman, M.D.Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
M.D., University of South Florida
B.S., University of Florida
Dr. Bradley Freeman joined our faculty in September 2009. Dr. Freeman is a member of Vanderbilt Forensic Services which provides psychiatric expertise to legal situations. In addition, he consults with the Eating Disorders Team at Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt, leads an inpatient child and adolescent treatment team, and works with the Center of Excellence providing consultation for children in state custody. Dr. Freeman also participates in the teaching of both adult psychiatric residents and child and adolescent fellows.
Forensic evaluation and consultation in both adult and juvenile cases involving criminal or civil litigation issues such as competency, insanity, parenting time or custody disputes, disability, juvenile and adult sex offenders, and medical malpractice; child and adolescent psychiatry.
Violent juvenile/adult offenders, capital punishment evaluations, inpatient child psychiatry management