Skip Ribbon Commands
Skip to main content
Sign In

Navigation

Forensic Psychology


 Tab Viewer

 Forms

Internship Eligibility Acknowledgement Form

Form that acknowledges the student has met with the DCT and hereby has a general understanding of eligibility for pre-doctoral internship.  Form to be signed by Dissertation Committee, student and DCT

APPIC/CAPIC Internship Readiness Form

Student Self Reporting form establishing their eligibility to participate in the internship search.  Student will be required to certify IRB approval and status of data collection.

Battery Sign-Off Form

Student will complete one form for each of the eight (8) assessment battery as required by the program in order to graduate.   Do NOT provide a copy of the report with this form.   A list of acceptable assessment instruments is attached.

Petition for Battery Requirement Form

To be completed by students who were unsuccessful in completing 8 full batteries as required by the department.  Students are required to fully explain their unsuccessful attempts and gather necessary signatures.

Petition for Dissertation Maintenance Form

To be completed by students who require additional time in completing their dissertation  beyond the actual dissertation timeline as provided by the program.  A personal statement and projected timeline for completion will be required.

Petition for A.P.P. Exception Form

To be completed by students who are requesting the Applied Professional Practice policy  be waived and/or changed.  Students will be required to provide a full explanation as the reason(s) for the waiver or change.

Request for Policy Override

To be completed by students who are requesting a specific policy be waived and/or changed.  Students will be required to provide a full explanation as the reason(s) for the waiver or change.

Petition for Schedule Modification

To be used when a student needs to ADD a course to their academic schedule after the add/drop deadline has passed.

Request for Change of Academic Advisor Form

To be completed by students who are requesting to change their academic advisor.  Students will be required to provide a full explanation as to the reasonableness for the change.

M.A. Student Progress Form 2014-Present

A review of Masters students anticipated goals and progress for the coming year. The form is completed annually by the student, who entered their doctorate program during or after 2014. This form is then reviewed with the student’s academic advisor.

M.A. Student Progress Form 2012-2013

A review of Masters students anticipated goals and progress for the coming year. The form is completed annually by the student, who entered their doctorate program during 2012 and 2013. This form is then reviewed with the student’s academic advisor.

Psy.D. Student Progress Form 2010-2011

A review of Doctoral students anticipated goals and progress for the coming year. The form is completed annually by the student, who entered their doctorate program during 2010-2011. This form is then reviewed with the student’s academic advisor.

Psy.D. Student Progress Form 2011-2012

A review of Doctoral students anticipated goals and progress for the coming year. The form is completed annually by the student, who entered their doctorate program during 2011-2012. This form is then reviewed with the student’s academic advisor.

Psy.D. Student Progress Form 2013-Present

A review of Doctoral students anticipated goals and progress for the coming year. The form is completed annually by the student, who entered their doctorate program during 2013-Present. This form is then reviewed with the student’s academic advisor.

 Course Buildout

Psy.D. Clinical Forensic Course Buildout (Fall Start)

Step-by step breakdown that outlines required courses and designated units to be completed by matriculating Psy.D. students according to the academic year and semester.

Psy.D. Clinical Forensic Course Buildout (Spring Start)

Step-by step breakdown that outlines required courses and designated units to be completed by matriculating Psy.D. students according to the academic year and semester.

M.A. Forensic Course Buildout (Fall Start)

Step-by step breakdown that outlines required courses and designated units to be completed by matriculating Master students according to the academic year and semester.

M.A. Forensic Course Buildout (Spring Start)

Step-by step breakdown that outlines required courses and designated units to be completed by matriculating Master students according to the academic year and semester.

 Other

Discussion Post Rubric

Overview of criteria for writing and scoring students initial and response discussion post when assigned.  Points are based on the students writing content as it relates to their responsiveness, contribution to discussion and overall writing skills. 

Faculty Research Interests

A list describing Core Faculty and Adjunct Professors' areas of interests (or specialized focus) to help students select a Chair or Reader based on their dissertation topic and/or population.

Canvas Resource Guide

A Canvas how-to guide and resource for Frequently Asked Questions.

Office of the Registrar

Location of commonly used registrar-related forms such as Add/Drop Form, Leave of Absence Form, Withdrawal Request Form, Transfer/Waive Credit Form, etc.

Dissertation

Location of all dissertation-related information and necessary forms such as Forms A-E, Dissertation Processing Tracking Form, etc.

Student Reimbursement Scholarship

An opportunity to apply for a once-yearly scholarship through the Chicago School Student Association (CSSA).  Students can receive up to $75 towards a professional membership, $100 towards attending a professional conference, or $200 towards presenting at a professional conference.    

LPCC Scope of Practice – Treatment of Couples and Families

Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS) document, which identifies the scope of practice for Licensed Professional Clinical Counselors, set forth by the California Business and Profession Code.

 Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

Institute on Violence, Abuse and Trauma (IVAT)
August 26th-31st in San Diego
Click here for more information about their upcoming summits.


APA Division 42 Forensic Psychology Conference: Psychological Assessment, Ethics and Expert Testimony
April 29th-May 1st in Pasadena
"The goal of the symposium will be to improve knowledge and skills in all of these areas for both the beginning and advanced forensic practitioner. Featuring a nationally recognized faculty, the conference will be collegial in nature and designed to promote dialogue between various forensic specialists." For more information and to register click here.


Graduate Research Forum in Irvine - June 21st, 2016 (GRF Irvine Flyer)
Graduate Research Forum in LA - June 23rd, 2016 (GRF LA Flyer)
The GRF is a wonderful way to share and present your research ideas and findings and receive feedback on your projects (at any stage in their development). All research topics are appropriate!  Also, please note that if you have or in the process of completing your literature review, then this is an acceptable submission for participation in the GRF.  Applications to present your poster are due by April 1st!  Apply here!


Summit on Community Resilience, Intervention, Prevention, and Training (SCRIPT)
July 6th & 7th, 2016 at the CA Endowment Center
This year’s theme “will focus on breaking the silence and eliminating the stigma that discourages many male survivors from seeking support following violence or trauma.”
Proposals due April 15th for students.
SCRIPT Call for Presentations


APA Convention
August 4th-7th, 2016 in Denver, CO
Visit their website for more information and to register online!
APA Proposal


Los Angeles County Psychological Association (LACPA) 28th Annual Convention
Saturday, October 15th, 2016 in Culver City
Submit your proposals by June 15th 2016! Click here for more information.
Please visit the LACPA website for more information about the event.