CFCP is a “training centre with a team of dedicated professionals who are in pursuit to do everything to make your career journey through heights.” Centre for Forensic-Clinical psychology (CFCP) provides Internships, Short-term Courses, Assessments, Treatment for Forensic & Clinical matters nation-wide. CFCP Vision is to build a Forensic & Clinical Psychology field and to extend it as an organisation which provides a platform to students from different fields to experience and explore their full potential and excel in their life, with the mission to:

Do more than belong: Participate
Do more than believe: Practice
Do more than dream: Work

CFCP team established a platform for students and professionals to hone their skills, inspire each other everyday and make a difference in the world we live in.
The Founder and Director of CFCP Ms. Pooja Tomar, Forensic Psychologist with the Co-Founder of CFCP Ms. Khushboo Tomar- RCI licensed Clinical Psychologist along with their Core team members Ms. Manali Dumbre -Academic Head, Ms. Geetha Iyer -Intern Head & Ms. Ankita Karkhanis -Creative Head sparked this cause with a vision-building a strong community for Forensic-Clinical services.

“PROJECT: OCEAN” is an initiative by CFCP. It is created for school and undergraduate students. In this project, We are providing a platform to our students to share their knowledge, skills and can interact with other students in a professional setting which will help them to uphill and sharpen their skills.
Adding to this students will get an opportunity to learn from our trained student-experts. Through direct exposure and action we aim to create a “powerful voice and keen personality skills to our students.”
CFCP has an extremely great grasp on the struggle of painstaking excellence and the time it takes to hone personal skills.
Facing fears, embracing challenges and drawing courage and confidence from yourself is what “Project Ocean” a CFCP initiative is all about.

The program was inaugurated by our Guests of Honour (Prof.)Dr. Waheeda Khan, DEAN, Faculty of Behavioral Sciences at SGT University, Dr. Anand Pratap Singh HoD, Department of Psychology & Mental health, Gautam Buddha University, Dr. Mukesh Sharma, Assistant Director (Physics Division), State Forensic Laboratory, Dr. Rajesh Tripathi, Scientist-’E’, Recruitment & Assessment Cell, DRDO and Mrs. Nisha Smith, Army Vet, MBA, Entrepreneur, Investor, Realtor, USA. All honorary guests addressed the crowd and shared their personal experiences as well as the challenges yet inspirations and scope encountered in the forensic and Clinical Psychology field. In Spite of belonging to a rather different field than psychology, Mrs. Nisha Smith provided great Insight into motivating oneself and the courage to face challenges in life, building the blocks to Project OCEAN and its purpose. She addressed the students and had a healthy interactive session with each of them, posing questions and situations from our own lives and helping them gain insight on how to pick themselves up during strong tides in our lives. She really proved to be a beacon of Inspiration to everyone Indeed.

Our programs delivered and attended by not just Indian but even overseas.Pakistan, Philippines, USA, Jamaica, UK etc. Quite apparently, CFCP holds no bounds when it comes to reaching out to the hearts of people. While forensics has a budding scope, it still remains to be a niche category. The Inauguration of “CFCP” as well as “Project OCEAN” might give the field of forensic and clinical Psychology its day in the light.
This project is meant for students and any student can join this. It’s is free for everyone. If you want to be a part of our initiative you can register yourself on


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