| 40 CE Hours
in Clinical Psychology are now built around assessment and diagnosis.
Not only do most clinicians perform some form of assessment
-- administering and interpreting the most critical and comprehensive
tests can be either the main source of revenue or a lucrative
supplement for many professionals.
The purpose of this program is to prepare you to find work in
assessment, to expand the scope of your assessment activity, and even
to provide informal career and case consultation from assessment
have produced nicely edited
our expert faculty explaining the assessment instruments they
use and the approaches they take in depth. You can access and
review this material at your
own speed and convenience.
How Does the Class Work?
You can begin accessing the video material immediately.
Take as long as you want. There is no time limit.
Your registration will never expire.
Bonny Forrest, J.D., Ph.D has been a leader
in the field of child development and an advocate for children for over
As a practicing attorney and a child psychologist, with specialized
training in pediatric neuropsychology, she has vast experience in
working with children in a variety of settings.
Holcomb, PhD, MBA, is licensed as a
psychologist and has earned recognition as a Diplomate
of Forensic Psychology by the American Board of Professional
Psychologists. Among other positions, he has been superintendent of a
large state hospital, state director of program evaluation for mental
health services, and CEO of a private psychiatric hospital for
children, adolescents, and adults.
Dempsey, Psy.D. Rachyll Dempsey, Psy.D. is a forensic
neuropsychologist with over a decade of experience in testing and
assessment. In addition to acting as a supervisor and consultant, Dr.
Dempsey maintains a private practice focusing on forensic,
neuropsychological, cognitive, and personality testing for individuals and
for the courts.