Fellows will receive a written evaluation regarding their performance two times a year. These evaluations will be written and shared with the fellow. Likewise, fellows will have the opportunity to provide feedback about the fellowship program and discuss with the supervisor what they would like to see improved or develop collaborative goals for the remainder of the fellowship. For example, the fellow may wish to have more experience conducting criminal responsibility evaluations. To the extent possible, we will work with the fellow to meeting their specific training goals. We view the fellowship as a collaborative process between the supervisors and the fellow, with the ultimate goal to produce highly competent clinicians and researchers prepared to conduct criminal forensic evaluations and advance policy regarding forensic issues.  The fellowship is designed to provide 2,000 hours of clinical experiences, which will fulfill most states’ requirements for a psychology license.