CLC manages and presents a training program for child advocates to support and educate attorneys, mental health professionals and other professionals involved with children whose families are involved in family court disputes.
CLC's trainings explore issues such as collaboration between attorneys and social workers to focus on the mental health of children in divorce cases, and the differences between psychological and psychiatric evaluations.
HALF DAY TRAININGS: | 9-11:30 AM | 2.5 CLE
November 9: Ethics and the Law
Get your CLE ethics credits in before the end of the year. If you are facing an ethical dilemma, email firstname.lastname@example.org to have your question anonymously forwarded to our expert presenters and discussed within the larger group.
Robert G. Madden, LCSW, J.D.
Professor, Dept. of Social Work & Equitable Community Practice
Prof. Madden’s teaching is informed by his own considerable breadth of experience and vigorous involvement on the frontlines, working with families and the legal system. “Teaching is always informed by your practice,” Madden says. “I am able to provide contemporary examples and real-life circumstances, share my struggles as a professional, and explain how I have grown as a practitioner.” His first-hand illustrations – with names omitted – enriches the classroom experience for students, strengthening their preparation.
Cost: $50 per registrant. Light breakfast included. Free parking available.
General Attendance Registration
Half Day: Ethics and the Law