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Career Enhancement with Distance Learning Forensic Psychology Programs


Career Enhancement with Distance Learning Forensic Psychology Programs

LOS ANGELES December 7, 2009 A Forensic Psychology specialization is now being offered at the Eisner Institute for Professional Studies. Founder Dr. Don Eisner says: We are now offering synergistic programs that can integrate law and psychology. The courses include: Forensic assessment, Expert Witness Testimony, Mediation and Alternative Dispute Resolution , Legal Writing and Research. These programs are a good fit for persons who are in law enforcement, deal with the courts, are in corrections, or in the psychology arena.

Additionally, EIPS has a new Masters of Arts(MA) in psychology with a specialization in Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT )and in Licensed Professional Counseling(LPC). In California the MFT and LPC programs fulfil the requirements to sit for licensure.

For students with a B.A. degree, Eisner Institute for Professional Studies has a three year combination MA/ Clinical Psychology, Forensic Psychology, Clinical Geropsychology, Health Psychology and Parapsychology. The doctoral programs can be completed in two years.

The programs are completely on-line. There is no residency requirement. The Capstone or final project is either a research proposal or a position paper. There is no Dissertation or Thesis.
Posting is done at any time during the week. Tuition is payable on a quarterly basis.

Eisner Institute for Professional Studies offers Masters of Arts (M.A.) and Doctor Psychology(Psy.D) Degrees. Donald A. Eisner, Ph..D., J.D., is a licensed psychologist and attorney. More information is available at
(818) 380-0185


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