Ronald Schouten, M.D., J.D. is an Associate
Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, Director of the
Law & Psychiatry Service of the Massachusetts General Hospital,
and founder of KeyPeople Resources Inc. He is boarded in psychiatry
and forensic psychiatry and is a member of the Bar of Illinois.
Dr. Schouten has extensive experience as a teacher and consultant
in the traditional areas of forensic psychiatry, as well as special
expertise in the areas of impaired professionals, sexual harassment,
violence in the workplace, the Americans with Disabilities Act,
and organizational consultation. Dr. Schouten has provided organizational
consultation, executive coaching, medical intelligence, and risk
assessment services to the legal, medical, and financial communities.
He served as a subject matter expert for the Biological Threat Classification
Program of the Department of Homeland Security and has testified
before the Congressional Subcommittee on Prevention of Nuclear and
Biological Attack. He was the mental health liaison for the Association
of Trial Lawyers of America to the September 11 Victims’ Fund
and served on consensus panels drafting guidelines on workplace
violence for the FBI and the American Society of Industrial Security.
Dr. Schouten is Past-President of the Academy of Organizational
and Occupational Psychiatry and Forensic Column editor for the Harvard
Review of Psychiatry. Dr. Schouten is licensed to practice medicine
in Massachusetts, New York, and California.