National Board of Forensic Evaluators
About our NBFE Certified Homestudies:
The senior clinicians at NBFE researched and developed all program material. NBFE ensures the integrity of the programs and considered the level of the needs of the target audience in developing appropriate educational goals and learning objectives. The courses of study meet the high quality standards required for continuing education for Clinical Social Workers, Marriage Family Therapists, and Mental Health Counselors.
NBFE clinicians have provided face-to-face seminars workshops throughout the years. Although we will continue to provide such training, we have made it possible, through home study, to serve the continuing educational needs of the licensed working professionals. To this end, NBFE will maintain the faculty and resources necessary to assist its students in developing and enhancing their capabilities, skills, and effectiveness in their chosen professions. We will continue to research and draft programs to be academically sound, flexible in delivery, and designed and offered to meet the needs of full-time and part-time students and clinicians from the regional, national, and international communities.
NBFE is an NBCC-Approved Continuing Education Provider (ACEP) and may offer NBCC-approved clock hours for events that meet NBCC requirements. The ACEP solely is responsible for all aspects of the program. Provider #: 6189
All homestudy programs are sent via email using PDF files and/or web-based surveys. The only exception involves the Diagnostic Assessment homestudy, in which a book will be mailed to the participant.
Certificates that are suitable for framing will be sent free via e-mail.
Note: Homestudies are nonrefundable.
To learn more and register for a homestudy program, click on the title name below.
Title NBFE Credentialing Manual Cost: $55.00 Description:
This manual will provide the veteran forensic mental health evaluator and candidate seeking the NBFE credential, essential forensic mental health clinical material. This manual will cover a plethora of subjects including: domestic violence, chemical dependency, competency to stand trial, personal injury, malingering, juvenile justice, psychopathology, sexual offenders, involuntary commitment, expert testimony, the written report, landmark cases, written and oral study guides for the credentialing process, and forensic mental health evaluation samples.