Neil B. Bruce, MD
Dr. Bruce received his medical degree from West Virginia University, where he was inducted into Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society. He completed Psychiatry Residency at Yale University, where he served as co-president of the Psychiatry Residents' Association and as resident representative on the psychiatry department's Graduate Education Committee. He went on to complete Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship at NYU/Bellevue. After serving as Chief Resident, Dr. Bruce stayed at NYU to complete Forensic Psychiatry Fellowship. Dr. Bruce has worked in numerous forensic settings, including state forensic hospitals, acute forensic hospitals, court clinics, jails, juvenile detention facilities, and Assisted Outpatient Treatment (AOT). He currently works in several settings, including the Cleveland juvenile justice system, Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital, college mental health, and outpatient child psychiatry. His professional interests include mental health treatment in the juvenile justice system, child and adolescent development, and suicide prevention.