Adam Bloom, Psy.D. ABPP

Psych on the Stand

A Day In The Life of a Forensic Psychologist &
How to Become a Forensic Psychologist
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  • Adam Bloom, Psy.D. ABPP

Part 1:

What does it mean to be a Forensic Psychologist?

Welcome to Part 1 in the 2-part “Psych on the Stand” Series! In this episode, we’re going to experience a day in the life, hour by hour, of Dr. Adam Bloom, a Board-Certified Forensic Psychologist, so you can decide if this is a job you can see yourself doing! Dr. Bloom owns his own practice, Westchester Forensic PSYCH Services, while also serving as the Chief Psychologist/Clinic Director at a family court mental health program.

Part 2:

In Part 1, we went through hour by hour a day in Dr. Adam Bloom’s life as a Board-Certified Forensic Psychologist. In this episode, we’ll take you through Dr. Bloom’s career journey so you know what skills and experience are necessary to land a job as a Forensic Psychologist.

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ADITL
/uh’dittl/
noun
 
1. Acronym for “A Day in the Life”
 
2. An hour by hour breakdown of what a SPECIFIC person does during a SPECIFIC day. 
 
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