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LOOKING FOR A SPEAKER ABOUT WAGE EARNINGS AFTER A DIVORCE?

Need a spokesman about earning capacity after a head injury? Want to know what a child would have earned over their life time if they did not have a birth defect or permanent scar? Dr. Manges can present that information to your group or evaluate that for your next case. Consider calling him for a free consult.

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Dr. Kenneth Manges, Ph.D.
Forensic Psychologist & Vocational Wage Loss Consultant-Evaluator

Psychological and Vocational Consultation

Assisting individuals, agencies and organizations with employment matters including; counseling, assessments, job seeking skills, vocational forensic issues, job placement, and fitness for duty exams..

Practice Focus:

Vocational-wage loss consultation, examination and or testimony for defense or plaintiff refferals. Determining the loss of earning capacity and ability to work due to birth defect, personal injury or divorce. Read more

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Key Findings on How Police View Their Jobs

Renee Stepler at Pew Research provided exceptional research regarding Key Findings on how police view their jobs amid protests and calls for social reform (a complete copy of the article can be found here) A summary of the research on how police view their jobs...
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Clergy Sexual Abuse and the impact on Victims

Recent news releases have identified another clergy member as having been abusive to one or more members of their congregation. Although it would be ill advised to condemn someone in the court of public opinion when the facts or a jury of one’s peers has not found the...
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What Trial Lawyers Need to Know in Litigating Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBIs)

A Traumatic Brain Injury, also known as a TBI or intracranial injury, is generally the result of a sudden, violent blow or jolt to the head. This jolt to the head launches the brain into a collision course with the inside of the skull, resulting in possible bruising...
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What Damage Aspects Should Attorneys Consider in Seeking Full Compensation for a TBI Case?

There are a number of aspects that must be fully considered in order to obtain full compensation for a TBI victim. Earnings Capacity and Vocational Ability At the outset, earnings capacity loss should be considered.  A vocational expert can testify about the...
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Head Injuries / TBI Cases – Will Improvement Be Possible?

When an injured person’s condition has improved to a point at which no further meaningful improvement is expected, it is important for attorneys to clearly convey this aspect to a jury. In general, there is a tendency for people to believe that over time, most...
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The Impact of Divorce: Myths and Realities

My wife Mary and I have been married for forty-seven years and not once have we had an argument serious enough to consider divorce; murder, yes, but divorce, never. - Jack Benny The 50 percent statistic of all marriages ending in divorce is misleading, if not wrong....
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Spousal Support

Once you do embark upon the separation or divorce process, it is very important to remember three key things: Be kind, be reasonable, be brief. Remember that this person will no longer be your spouse, but he or she will continue to be your co-parent, family member,...
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Parental Custody

There are times as a parent when you realize that your job is not to be the parent you always imagined you'd be, the parent you always wished you had. Your job is to be the parent your child needs, given the particulars of his or her own life and nature.  - Ayelet...
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The Aging Brain: From birth to Alzheimer’s. What can we do about changing our genes?

We are born with 28 million neurons and we accidently kill many of them off by stress, alcohol and misuse of our time and energy. Dr. Manges, who knows how to examine the brain tells it all. How do you reverse an aging brain? He will help to know how you can live an...
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Predators On The Prowl

One to four percent of the population are predators. They come in all shapes, sizes, ages and disguises. They hunt their unsuspecting victims, while they hide in plain sight. We can’t avoid being their targets; as they try to scam us financially, spiritually,...
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In The News

Dr. Manges Discusses the Castro brothers

Dr. Manges Discusses the Castro brothers

Dr. Manges discusses Adam Lansa and Psychological Profiling

Dr. Manges discusses Psychological Profiling

WCPO Interview on James Holmes’ Body Language

WCPO Interview on James Body Language

What is a Forensic Psychologist?

WHAT IS A FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGIST?

What Trial Lawyers Need to Know in Litigating Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBIs)

WHAT TRIAL LAWYERS NEED TO KNOW IN LITIGATING TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURIES (TBIS)

Speaking Engagements

Looking for a dynamic, informative and engaging speaker for your next event? Dr. Manges speaks on a number of topics and are CLE accredited for in-house law firms programs, bar associations and national conventions.

Predators Among Us – Spotting (and Avoiding) Those Who Seek to Prey on Us

Approximately 4% of the population consists of predators. In addition to predators causing physical harm, other predators include financial predators (such as Bernie Madoff), sexual predators, and emotional predators. Learn about the different types of predators among us, how they think, and how they search for and exploit victims. Learn more.

A Look into the Minds of Serial Killers

There are 318 million persons in the United States and 35 to 50 active serial killers stalking us as we slumber in our innocence.
Serial killers will typically kill three or more persons at a time, pause, then pause before striking again. Why? Who? When will they strike again? These and other questions are not obvious to their victims or to CSI investigators trying to stop their senseless killing.
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The Aging Brain: From birth to Alzheimer’s.

Is there such a thing as turning back the clock? Learn what you can do to keep the memory demons at bay while you enjoy a more peaceful, nutritional and spiritually emerging life into your 70s and 80s. Dr. Manges provides an entertaining and wholesome workshop experience that will change you outlook on your approach to life. Dr. Manges offers a dynamic, insightful.Learn more.

WHY CHOOSE US?

  • Experience
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  • Nationally Recognized Expert in the Field

PSYCHOLOGY BEYOND BORDERS

Dr. Kenneth J. Manges and Associates are proud to support Psychology Beyond Borders. This organization is committed to international leadership, in evidence informed psychosocial preparedness, prevention and response to disasters, armed conflicts and terrorism. Please take a look at them to better understand their work.

Dr. Manges is the consummate expert: confident, thorough and eminently qualified. His work is extremely well-researched and he has a wealth of scientific and experienced-based support for his opinions. He effectively communicated to me the strengths and weaknesses of our position and gave me valuable insight into my case’s credibility, the opponent’s best arguments and the likely interplay between the two at trial. Dr. Manges certainly knows his area of expertise, but what is more important in a litigation setting, he can communicate it in a way that jurors can understand. He is not shy about presenting his position and stands up to heated scrutiny on cross-examination with tremendous poise, credibility and confidence. Dr. Manges is an outstanding expert. I just hope my opponents don’t discover him! E.P., Lorain County, Ohio