Dawn Sheehan wrote with this information:
The Miami Institue of Psychology's Psy.D programs with concentrations in forensic, clinical neuropsychology, and general practice are accredited by the APA. The programs are specifically designed to focus on cultural differences and the implications of those differences. You may want to call the institute and have some information sent to you (305) 593-1223.
This is my first semester in the Psy.D forensic program, and am pleased with my decision to attend.
Jennier Swangler wrote to us about an online program:
The University of North Dakota is excited to launch what we believe is the first ONLINE Master of Arts in Forensic Psychology degree program from a nationally-recognized, fully-accredited university. We know that Forensic Psychology is a rapidly growing specialty area of psychology, and we hope that it might be of interest to those who access your website.
The Psychology Department offers an APA-approved degree in Clinical Psychology with the opportunity to specialize in forensic clinical psychology. The degree requirements allow ample opportunity to specialize in psychology and law, and close working relationships exist with the College of Law, the Department of Psychiatry, the Division of Mental Health and the Forensic Unit at the Utah State Hospital. Contact Professor Stephen Golding, Department of Psychology, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT, 84112. Telephone: 801-581-8028. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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