World Mental Healthcare Association

Forensic Psychology

Forensic Psychology

The Forensic Psychology division is established to provide vital services in the legal and criminal justice system of a specific area, to offer psychotherapy services, investigate reports of child abuse, perform child custody evaluations, and conduct visitation risk assessments along with market resources, research, education, and training.

Eligibility Criteria for Forensic Psychology Division –

a)The individual must have at least 10 -20 years of experience in this field.
b)The individual must hold a PhD degree or equivalent.
c) He/she must have published significant, peer-reviewed research beyond the doctoral dissertation.
d) He/she should be actively involved in independent scientific research in psychology or allied sciences.
e) He/she must accrue supervised hours — ranging from 1,500 to 6,000 hours, depending on the state.
f) He/she must pass the Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology (EPPP) along with the jurisprudence exam, if applicable.