Elizabeth E. Foster, PhD
- Director of Internship Training
- Assistant Professor
Programs I Teach
- Clinical Psychology (PsyD)
- PsyD/MBA in Health Care Management
- Clinical Psychology (PsyD) & Human Sexuality Studies (MEd)
- PhD Clinical Psychology 2013
Drexel University (PA)
I received my undergraduate degree, cum laude, in psychology from Tufts University and a PhD in clinical psychology with a speciality in forensics from Drexel University. My professional interests primarily include forensic psychology, in particular forensic assessment. I have provided psychological services in a variety of clinical settings including correctional facilities, inpatient psychiatric hospitals, at Veterans Medical Center, and an outpatient anxiety disorder clinic.
My research centers on psychology and the law. In particular, I am interested in jury decision-making, forensic assessments, and experiences of correctional personnel (primarily mental health professionals). I currently have many ongoing research projects in various stages of development. I also am working on a number of writing projects that center on this topic as well.
- Foster, E. (in press). Book Review: Otto, R. K., DeMier, R. L., & Boccaccini, M. T. (2014). Forensic Reports & Testimony: A Guide to Effective Communication for Psychologists & Psychiatrists. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Journal of Personality Assessment.
- Foster, E. E., & Moore-Cox, J. (in press). Guilty but mentally ill. In The SAGE Encyclopedia of Abnormal and Clinical Psychology.
- Brabender, V., Knauss, K., & Foster, E. (Winter 2015). A backpack of resources for ethical psychotherapy supervision. Psychotherapy Section Review, 56, 38–56.