This will be a sample of a 'Master' level course in forensic psychology and the types of careers available for this masters degree program at Brandman University, Modesto Campus.
Presented by our esteemed faculty member Dr. Frank Weber. As a full-time faculty member at the Roseville and Yuba City campuses of Brandman University, Dr. Weber teaches and oversees the graduate program in Marriage and Family Therapy, and Professional Counseling. He has been an adjunct instructor at Chapman University – Sacramento Valley Campus since 1999 and accepted the full time faculty position in 2012. During his 18 years with Chapman/Brandman University he has taught a variety of courses at both the graduate and undergraduate level. He has a B.S. in Psychology with a minor in Spanish, and a M.S. in School Psychology from Brigham Young University. He has a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Oregon, completed in 1998. In 2005, he earned diplomat status with the American Board of Professional Psychology, an honor less than 5% of practicing psychologists attain. He initially began working as a clinical psychologist with the U.S. Air Force, stationed at McClellan AFB in Sacramento.
After four years with the Air Force he began working in private practice providing psychotherapy and psychological evaluations. In 2004, he began working in the prison system in addition to his private practice. He is currently employed full time at Brandman University as an Assistant Professor of Psychology but maintains a private practice focusing on forensic assessments for adult and juvenile courts.