The Role of the Therapist in a Family Law Case Out of Stock
About the Seminar
The goal of this seminar is to investigate the intersection of the legal and therapeutic professions in the Family Court System. The ultimate goal of the seminar is to encourage dialogue between the two professions so as to better assist clients throughout the Family Court process. Join Therapist Joy Bennett and Family attorney Ruth DiPasquale.
Seminar Highlights OR What attendees will learn/take away):
· Explanation of Therapist Designations and who/what professional type might be most appropriate to use in various situation.
· Exploring confidentiality issues for therapists when a family is involved in therapy.
· Answering (1) When to recommend a therapist? (2) For whom? (3) Potential conflicts for the therapists if adults and children would both benefit from therapy?
· When and how to draft therapeutic goals into Settlement Agreements.
Who Should Attend:
We strongly encourage new and experienced Family Court attorneys to attend this seminar. As far as we know, this will be the first interaction between the two professions.
Welcome and Opening Remarks
Explanation of Therapist Designations
Recommending a therapist-when and how
Writing Solid Agreements
Question and Answer Period
This seminar qualifies for 3.0 MCLE credit hours.
This seminar is a Basic level program.
Note: When submitting your compliance reports to the SC Commission on CLE and Specialization, if you completed this in 2022, please use this course code: 920189ADO.