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Graduate School of Professional Psychology
Denver FIRST

Postdoctoral Fellowship 

The University of Denver, the Graduate School of Professional Psychology, the Masters of Forensic Psychology Program, and Denver FIRST are pleased to offer our postdoctoral fellowship in forensic psychology. The fellowship runs on the academic year, early September - late August, and provides opportunities for forensic practice, supervision, research, and teaching. Primarily, the fellowship offers a blend of forensic evaluation practice and academic duties. The fellow will be integrated into the forensic expertise at GSPP and Denver FIRST, and the fellow will network with mental health professionals, administrators, judicial personnel, correctional personnel, and others around Colorado throughout the training year. The didactic portion of the fellowship is integrated with the forensic psychology fellowship at the Colorado Mental Health Institute - Pueblo and the University of Colorado's forensic psychiatry fellowship program. Graduates of the fellowship are best positioned to work in private forensic practice, forensic settings, or higher education. Applications are typically due around the new year.

Learn more:

Denver FIRST Postdoctoral Fellowship Brochure


Meet our 2016-17 Fellow

  • Lauren Best

    Lauren Best

    Postdoctoral Fellow in Forensic Psychology
    PsyD, Pacific University, 2016
    Lauren.Best@du.edu
    Office Phone: 303-871-6346
    Annex Building: Office 104



    Learn More About Dr. Best:

    Dr. Best is the Postdoctoral Fellow in Forensic Psychology at Denver FIRST, where she primarily completes forensic evaluations, supervises, and teaches. She graduated from Pacific University in Hillsboro, Oregon and completed her pre-doctoral internship at Saint Elizabeths Hospital in Washington, DC. Her career focus is on forensic evaluation, with the intent of starting a private practice in the future. She has also completed research on traumatic brain injury in forensic/correctional populations, and the relationship between public policy and criminal behavior. In her free time, Dr. Best enjoys running, hiking, cooking, and playing with her two dogs.

 

Please contact us at 303.871.7910 or DenverFIRST@du.edu for more information.