Gerald Casenave, Ph.D.
Telephone: (800) 227-0198
Ph.D. completed his doctorate in
Clinical Psychology at the University of Texas
Southwestern Graduate School of Biomedical
Sciences in Dallas in 1990, and he had
received a Ph.D. in Philosophy from Vanderbilt
University in 1977. In addition, he has
completed specialized postgraduate study in
economics through the University of Nevada and
Vocational Economics, Inc. His postgraduate study focuses on the economic consequences of disability.
Dr. Casenave has over
twenty years of practical experience and
teaching experience in the area of vocational
rehabilitation. He currently serves as the
regional consultant for the Texas Department
of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services,
previously TRC, for the Dallas - Fort Worth
Metroplex, serves as a psychologist at Global
Rehab, Texas Specialty Hospital, and UT
Southwestern University Hospitals, and teaches
medical ethics at UTSWMC in Dallas. He is
board certified by the
College of Forensic Examiners. His expertise encompasses assessment of the effects of disability on employability, career counseling, and the occupational placement of persons with a disability.