National Board of Forensic Evaluators
The CFBA credential is designed to certify licensed mental health professionals (psychologists, counselors, clinical social workers, and marriage and family therapists) who have attained expert status in the specialty of forensic behavioral analysis as evidenced by their forensic knowledge and experience. Forensic behavioral analysis is a discipline that applies the behavioral sciences to aid law criminal justice agencies, employers, and other organizations in prevention, response, and mitigation of crises, disasters, and critical incidents. This credential prepares CFMHEs to provide professional consultation on matters relevant to forensic behavioral analysis.
Gregory Vecchi, Ph.D.
In order to obtain the CFBA credential, CFMHEs must have completed a 24-hour training course developed in partnership with Dr. Gregory Vecchi of Vecchi Group International and passed a written examination.