Put your best scholarly foot forward
The curriculum vitae differs from the resume' in many ways. Whereas the resume' is more skill-based specific to the career or industry, is shorter (1-2 pages), and only includes relevant skills/information, the curriculum vitae is much more expansive (no page count), demonstrates achievements and scholarly potential, and includes any involvement in the industry. In this presentation, Dr. Greg Bohall, MS 07', will review the structure of the curriculum vitae, traditional content included, and complementary content in order to support your development and expansion of your curriculum vitae.
About Greg Bohall
Dr. Bohall is the principal series editor of the series titled Dangerous Behavior in Clinical and Forensic Psychology through Springer. He earned a doctorate in psychology (Psy.D.) in clinical forensic psychology in 2014 and is a clinical and forensic consultant to numerous organizations throughout Southern California. Dr. Bohall is currently internationally and nationally recognized as a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (C.R.C.), as a Master Addiction Counselor (MAC), and as an International Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (ICADC). In the State of California, he is recognized as a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor-III (CADC-III). Recently, Dr. Bohall was the principal author in the co-authored textbook The Psychologist’s Guide to Professional Development (2017) as well as writing Legal System and Gender, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Gender, and Gender Conformity in The SAGE Encyclopedia of Psychology and Gender (2017). Furthermore, his academic work can be found in the Journal of Family Violence and Aggression and Violent Behavior. Dr. Bohall also serves on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment, & Trauma, the Journal of Family Trauma, Child Custody, & Child Development, the Journal of Child Sexual Abuse and the Journal of Child & Adolescent Trauma. Lastly, Dr. Bohall’s academic and research interests include forensic assessment and intervention, crisis intervention and negotiation techniques, evaluation of interviewing, investigation, and interrogation procedures, psychopathy, and offender profiles and victimology of individuals involved in intimate partner violence cases.