National Board of Forensic Evaluators
The CFMHE credential is designed to certify licensed mental health professionals (psychologists, counselors, clinical social workers, and marriage and family therapists) who have attained expert status in the specialty of forensic mental health evaluation as evidenced by their forensic knowledge and experience. Please note that in order to pursue our Certified Child Custody Evaluator (CCCE) credential or our Certified Forensic Behavioral Analyst (CFBA) credential you must first be certified as one of our Certified Forensic Mental Health Evaluator's (CFMHE).
To attain NBFE board certification as a forensic mental health evaluator, the applicant must meet the following eligibility requirements:
Click "apply now" to access our self-served credentialing process. Access our CFMHE course when time allows. This option is all self-paced. Please be advised that our self-paced Certified Forensic Mental Health Evaluator training, still adheres to our timeframes for completing the course. Our self-paced certification course is offered starting at $715 (none-members) or $608 (members). Members are those who hold a valid, none-expired membership with one of our professional partnerships. Please click here to verify our professional partnerships. Or attend one of our live certification workshop discounted starting at $500 currently, and starting (9/30/2021) $600. Click here to view live certification workshops! Should you have any questions about becoming certified please contact our Administrative Assistant,Valentino Norton, at (386) 366-5761 or by email at Valentino@nbfe.net.
Certification costs include:
1. Application Fee
3. Discounted rates off trainings and homestudy courses (member rate vs. none-member rate)
4. Eight-hour certification workshop (8-CE's)
5. Written Exam
6. Oral Exam