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Board of Psychology Expert Reviewer Recruitment – Deadline Extended –

IF YOU WISH TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THE EXPERT REVIEWER FALL TRAINING SESSION, THE DEADLINE TO APPLY IS EXTENDED THROUGH SEPTEMBER 8, 2017

The Board of Psychology (“Board”) Enforcement Program is currently recruiting qualified psychologists to serve as expert reviewers.

The Board relies on the licensed psychologists who make up the Expert Reviewer Program to provide insight and direction to our Enforcement staff throughout the course of an investigation.  Through this collaboration, the Board is able to fulfill its legislative mandate of consumer protection.

Experts are paid $100 – $200 per hour, depending upon the services rendered, for case reviews, preparation of expert opinion reports, and testimony at administrative hearings.

Although applications are accepted year-round related to all fields of practice, the Board is particularly interested in licensees whose expertise is in:

Child Custody (730 Evaluations)
Neuropsychology
Disability and/or Workers’ Compensation Evaluations
Correctional and/or State Hospital Settings
Psychological Evaluations
Forensics
Supervised Professional Experience
Couples and/or Divorce
Health and/or Medical
Sexual Abuse
Telepsychology
Substance Abuse and/or Chemical Dependency
Sex Offender
Religion/Spiritual
Suicide Risk
Sex Therapy

If you wish to be considered by the Board to serve as an expert reviewer, you must meet the following requirements:

– Possess a current California psychology license in good standing.

– Have forensic experience and be willing to testify if a case proceeds to a hearing.

– Have an active practice, defined as at least 80 hours per month in direct patient care, clinical activity, psychometric testing and/or teaching.

– Have three or more years of expertise in specific areas of practice.

– Have no prior or current charges or formal disciplinary actions related to any healing arts license, registration, certificate or credential to practice psychology or any other profession or occupation in any state in the United States or foreign country.

– Have no criminal convictions, including any that were expunged or dismissed.

If you meet the requirements and are interested in becoming an expert reviewer, please submit the following documentation to the address below by September 8, 2017 to be considered for the Board’s fall training session:

– A cover letter describing your current practice, work setting, forensic experience and why you are interested in serving as an expert reviewer;

– A completed Expert Reviewer Application (http://www.psychology.ca.gov/forms_pubs/expertrev_app.pdf); and

– A current, dated curriculum vitae.

Please submit to:

Board of Psychology
Enforcement Program
1625 N. Market Blvd., Ste. N-215
Sacramento, CA 95834
(916) 574-7119<tel:%28916%29%20574-7119>

If you have any questions, please contact the Board’s Enforcement Unit by email atBOPEnforcement@dca.ca.gov<mailto:BOPEnforcement@dca.ca.gov> or by phone at (916) 574-7119<tel:%28916%29%20574-7119>.

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