(Webinar) Court Involved Therapy: Best Practices and Practical Advice
This webinar has been approved for 1.5 CEUs by the MN MFT Regulatory Board. $30 for MAMFT members, $60 for non-members
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Because this is a webinar, please allow up to 72 hours to be approved and receive viewing information. There is the option to view the webinar while it is being presented live on 5/18/20 from 2:15-3:45pm or watch the recorded version following 5/20/20.
Pay for the webinar using the form at the bottom of this page (select the Attending Date of 5/18/20 even though you may be watching it on your own timing).
- Learn the definitions of professional roles and terminology of Court Involved Therapy (CIT)
- Learn about legal process and special considerations for roles with children
- Increase knowledge about professional responsibilities, including roles and boundaries
- Enhance understanding of competence for the specialized role of CIT
- Understand the importance of role conflicts
- Increase knowledge about Informed Consent in the CIT process
- Learn about privacy, confidentiality and privilege, including response to a subpoena
- Learn about methods and procedures of Court Involvement, including consultation
- Learn about professional communications in the Court Involved processes, including Testimony
Judy Sherwood, MA, LMFT, MBA has been working as an ADR (Alternative Dispute Resolution) professional in the family court arena for 15 years as a: custody & parenting time evaluator, parenting consultant, parenting time expeditor, Social Early Neutral Evaluator (SENE), mediator, child specialist. She is on the Supreme Court Rule 114 Roster, is a licensed MFT, and has two masters’ degrees, including Marriage and Family Therapy.
Michelle Millenacker, PsyD, LP, formerly in Hennepin County Family Court Services and now in private practice, provides therapy and ADR services for clients, attorneys, and the courts. Educational credentials include a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, and she is a Licensed Psychologist in Minnesota. She conducts custody and parenting time evaluations, mediation, is a child specialist, is a co-evaluator for SENEs, and often provides expert testimony in custody-related court matters.
Refund Policy: No refunds will be given for this webinar.
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