Career in Forensic Psychology

careers in forensic psychology

Forensic psychology careers and information about careers in forensic psychology can be hard to find. Students involved in editing this blog have had classroom assignments to reach out to forensic psychologists and to interview them about their careers in forensic psychology. Some of us have tried to cold call and spam forensic psychologists for a few minutes of their time to share this valuable information about their forensic psychology career. However, we reached out to our network of mentors with careers in forensic psychology to bring you undergraduate students out there the… Read More

Criminal Psychology Degree

criminal psychology degree

Criminal psychology degree seekers are a unique bunch (lol). These students want to spend their careers behind bars working with inmates. A master’s level counseling degree (e.g., LCSW, MSW, LPC, etc.) or a doctorate in psychology or psychiatry is what you’ll need. Consider volunteering at your local prison to make sure this is the job for you.  

Forensic Psychology Internships

Forensic Psychology Internships

Forensic psychology internships are competitive. We have brought together some information about this for our visitors. Forensic psychology internships aren’t plentiful by any means, but the good news is that we’re looking for interns here at the coalition.    

Where do Forensic Psychologists Work?

what is a forensic psychologist

If you decided to choose a career in forensic psychology or if your just gathering more information about it, you may ask yourself “where do forensic psychologists work“. To answer this question, we completed some quick research and compiled this article for you.

How to Become a Forensic Psychologist

How to Become a Forensic Psychologist

The path to become a forensic psychologist is varied; meaning, it is not the same for everyone. If you are an undergraduate student, then you will likely find benefit in this article. If you are a psychologist looking to re-specialize in the area of forensic psychology, then we would recommend checking out Eric Mart’s book How to Become a Forensic Psychologist. This blog is produced by undergraduate students aspiring to be forensic psychologists with the assistance of forensic psychologists providing them with mentorship. We have gathered the following information for other undergraduate… Read More