Philip Adilman is a Psychiatrist for the Vancouver Adult Forensic Clinic and the Prince George Forensic Clinic and a Clinical Associate Professor for the University of BC. Prior to that, he was a Psychiatrist for Surrey Forensic Clinic. Previously, Dr. Adilman was a psychiatric consultant for the Vancouver Pre-trial Centre and the Lower Mainland Regional Correctional Centre. He was the Deputy Director of Clinical Services for Forensic Psychiatric Services, the Deputy Psychiatrist-in-Chief for the Forensic Psychiatric Hospital, Clinical Director for the BC Youth Development Centre and Director of the Adolescent Services for Vancouver General Hospital. In addition, Dr. Adilman previously owned a psychiatry practice in Vancouver for children and adolescence, and later, adult and young adult psychiatry. He is a Licentiate of the Medical Council of Canada, a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, a member of the Canadian Psychiatric Association, the BC Medical Association and a member of the BC College of Physicians and Surgeons. Dr. Adilman holds his Doctor in Medicine for the University of Saskatchewan and his Bachelor of Arts both from the University of Saskatchewan. He also completed his board certification in psychiatry in the US.