Forensic Psychology Associates, P.C.
FPA is a group of psychologist who specialize in psychological evaluations and treatment for the courts. We evaluate and then testify at trials for murderers, sex offenders, mentally ill criminal defendants, custody litigants, and fitness for duty assessments of employees. We are a professional organization that maintains a neutral stance -- we do not advocate for or against the people we evaluate.
At any time, we have at least the two core psychologists (Drs. Evan and Michele Nelson) but often students and part-time associates, therapists, etc. We have three support staff as well.
Judges, prosecutors, defense attorneys, lawyers of all kinds, administrative agencies such as Child Protective Services and Empoyee Assistance Programs. We are mental health professionals who deal with a conservative audience that wants us to be both professional and compassionate.
PRINT GUIDELINE ** THE LETTERHEAD NEEDS TO BE DESIGNED AS A Microsoft Word TEMPLATE!
The whole point of this project is that we are, reluctantly, abandoning our 20 year commitment to Word Perfect, and converting to Microsoft Word. We produce about 30 standard types of reports and letters, all of which start with a word processor template and then we merge in key data. Frequently we PDF our final reports and submit them electronically without ever printing them to paper. We do NOT plan on having preprinted paper letterhead, this project needs to be done either with the native tools of MS-Word or with graphics that are displayable in Word and can withstand migration to future versions of the software.
The design of the letterhead needs to have flexibility in the area where the staff are listed. the space needs to be big enough to add/remove professional staff when we hire/fire/associate.
We need: company name, address, ph#s, and web address (http://www.psylaw.com).
For each psychologist, need: name and credentials, the words "Licensed Clinical Psychologist," and our emails.
As for the footer tagline, we are not committed to it. Keep or discard as needed.
See logo below. We've used it on business cards but never found a way to use it in our letterhead. Not committed to it, just showing it here for an idea of something we liked in the past.