Forensic Psychology--Victim Advocate

group of people talking near a computer on a table Can my Psychology degree lead to becoming a Victim Advocate?

A Psychology degree can be used to become a Victim Advocate, individuals trained to assist and support crime victims. Victim Advocates provide victims of crime with useful information about the legal process, help fill out paperwork, run support groups, find resources (e.g., mental health providers), and offer emotional support. Sometimes, advocates go to court with victims. Click here for a great resources for better understanding what is a Victim Advocate.

Salary Information

simplyhired.com lists the average yearly income for a Victim Advocate at $30,000.

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Click on the links below to read about other Forensic Psychology careers that only require a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology:

Forensic Psychology Careers--Case Manager

Forensic Psychology Careers--Crime Analyst

Forensic Psychology Careers--Investigative Researcher

Forensic Psychology Careers--Psychological Assistant

Forensic Psychology Careers--Court Liaison

Click on the links below to read about other Forensic Psychology careers that require a Master's or Doctoral Degree in Psychology:

Forensic Psychology Careers--Master's Degree in Psychology

Forensic Psychology Careers--Doctoral Degree in Psychology