- License to practice psychology as issued by Ohio State Board of Psychology per Section 4732.12 or 4732.15 (A) of Ohio Revised Code.
- Knowledge of Ohio revise d code chapters (e.g., 2945, 4732, 51 22); Ohio administrative code (e.g., section 473 2); American psychological association forensic psychological guidelines; ethical issues within forensic psychology; adult parole authority laws, rule s & guidelines; criminology, social psychology; clinical psychology; interviewing; psychotherapy; psycho diagnosis; counseling; statistics; employee training & development*; Ohio ethics laws & statutes; biological basis of behavior;, neuropsychology;, psychopharmacology; counseling. Skill in operation of personal computer & related software* (Microsoft word; excel; power point; crisis & trauma intervention*; suicide prevention*; first aid*; CPR*). Ability to understand abstract field of study; define problems, collect data, establish facts & draw valid conclusions; recognize unusual or threatening conditions & take appropriate action; use statistical analysis; counsel others on sensitive matters; write instructions, specifications or manuals; develop complex rep orts & position papers such as functional assessments, identifying problem behaviors, prioritizing problem behaviors, defining problem behaviors & formulating hypothesis; conduct intellectual educational, social-sexual, risk & adaptive assessments (including administering & scoring / interpreting assessments); maintain composure while testifying a s expert witness during adversarial legal proceedings.
(*)Developed after employment.