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Behavioral Consultants, Inc. is a private company committed to providing expert, timely and ethically-sound clinical and forensic services throughout the state of Wisconsin.

We have a number of training, employment  and contract opportunities for those with an interest in the forensic field.

Part-time contract provider - Competency Restoration programs

We are currently seeking a Master’s level clinician to provide competency educational and restoration services to adults in the north west region of Wisconsin.  While prior experience providing forensic mental health services is preferred, this position also provides an excellent opportunity for gaining experience in this unique specialty area.  This is a part-time contract position.  Orientation, training, resources and supervision provided.  The ability to work independently, yet as part of a team and with appropriate oversight is a must.  Travel is expected. Successful experience working in the criminal justice system and related fields preferred.  Hourly rate will be competitive and commensurate with the individual’s experience.


  • Master’s degree in Psychology, Social Work or related field

  • Skill in collaborating with multiple stakeholders and participants served by the program

  • Strong oral and written communication skills

  • Ability to independently make decisions, when necessary and indicated

  • Ability to exercise sound judgment regarding skills and limitations thereof

Duties include:

  • Clinical documentation, note taking and record maintenance

  • Session planning

  • Twice-weekly sessions with each client

  • Collaboration with treatment team

  • Monthly staff meetings

Interested applicants can send a cover letter and resume’/CV to John Collins at

Doctoral Students – Practicum

If you are enrolled in a doctoral program in clinical psychology or a related field and have an interest in forensic psychology, BCI has a number of training opportunities that may be approved by your educational institution.  

All students are supervised by a staff member with a Doctor of Psychology or Doctor of Philosophy credential and related licensure.  Emphasis is placed on providing quality training opportunities designed to increase a student’s clinical and forensic knowledge and skills and overall professional development.  Schedules are often very flexible and can be arranged around your other obligations.


Placement terms often begin in the fall each year. 


For more information, please review our website and contact Dr. Deborah Collins at (414) 293 - 8320

Key areas of focus:  

  • participants may include individuals with traumatic brain injuries, learning disabilities, cognitive impairments, and/or mental health diagnoses

  • sessions focus on competency (to stand trial) remediation rather than traditional therapy

  • remediation entails using various methods/procedures (i.e., workbook, games, media) to teach participants about their rights, court personnel, plea options, etc.

  • students have flexibility to adapt the content of sessions based upon each individual participant’s needs, learning style, and areas of strength and weakness


Other Useful Information:

  • hours are flexible — typically, a student is expected to meet with a participant for 45-60 minutes twice each week

  • hours are not guaranteed and are based on court volume/flow

  • there may be opportunities to meet participants both within and outside the BCI office

  • travel may be required, but is reimbursed at current federal rates

  • there may be opportunities to provide remediation to juveniles as well as adults

  • routine case documentation and reporting is required

  • you will receive weekly supervision and feedback by a licensed professional


Advanced Training Opportunities
Behavioral Consultants, Inc. periodically provides advanced training opportunities (i.e., postdoctoral fellowship positions) for individuals with a strong desire to work in Forensic Psychology and with appropriate education, skills and training.

For more information, please review our website and contact Dr. Deborah Collins at 414-293-8320

757 N Broadway, Suite 500

Milwaukee, WI 53202

Tel: (414) 271 – 5577

Wisconsin Forensic Unit

Tel: (414) 293 – 8320

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