Articles by Dr. Greg Brown

Forensic Psychiatry

Forensic psychiatry is a subspecialty of the field of general psychiatry. In order to become a board certified forensic psychiatrist, you must first attend medical school, then you are required to complete a residency in . . .

Involuntary Commitment

During early historical periods, individuals who were regarded as being mentally ill or who acted strangely were often taken care of in the communities where they lived, sometimes performing an important social role. By . . .

Competence to Stand Trial

One of the primary rights that an individual has within the United States is the right to stand trial and to confront one’s accusers in that process. This basic right distinguished the United States from most of Europe d . . .

Dr. Greg Brown's Bio

Gregory Brown, MD, completed a B.A. in psychology from Oberlin College, followed by an M.D. degree from medical school at the University of Arkansas. He obtained post graduate training in general psychiatry at Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia followed by fellowship training in forensic psychiatry at the University of Rochester. He is presently an Associate Professor at the University of Nevada School of Medicine where is he also the Program Director for the Psychiatry Residency Training Program in Las Vegas.  He is Board Certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in the fields of Psychiatry and Forensic Psychiatry and by the National Board of Physicians and Surgeons.

His private practice maintains a professional focus on forensic psychiatry. Dr. Greg was blessed to have been exposed to some of the true great minds in the development of forensic psychiatry in the United States which included but are not limited to Robert Sadoff, M.D., Richard Ciccone, M.D., David Barry, M.D., and Phil Resnick, M.D. His course shares insights from twenty years of forensic psychiatric practice in Las Vegas, NV, including testimony in the Habeas Corpus appeal of OJ Simpson in 2011.

Dr. Greg’s interests range from models of psychotherapy and the mind to hypnosis, meditation from both the perspective of brain states and the direct experience, and concepts of creativity.  Carl Jung, M.D., was the most inspirational psychiatrist in his formative thinking about the mind-body- spirit that is the human being.

Dr. Greg’s Amazon Best Seller, “New Mind New Body:  The Inner Makeover for a New You” is based upon his own challenges with diet and weight. The accompanying web support program is available to support your inspiration.