"You've Been Served: Techniques for Managing Court-Involved Therapy" Webinar

Friday, March 19th at 10:30am

Therapists who work with children, families, or adults are likely to find themselves pulled into the legal system at some point during their career. This may include juvenile, family, domestic violence or drug court, potentially even civil court. Understanding the legal and ethical considerations, as well as best practices for court involved therapists, is essential to managing cases effectively while reducing your liability and personal stress.

Participants will increase their understanding of AFCC guidelines for court-involved therapists and learn strategies for interfacing with the legal system in a professional and proactive manner. The presenter will share some common mistakes that therapists make in documentation and interactions with clients that may detract from their clinical reports in a legal setting.

Learning Objectives

  1. Attendees will identify 3 strategies for effective documentation with court involved clients.

  2. Attendees will increase their knowledge of legal and ethical issues with court involved clients.

  3. Attendees will understand some options for evaluating and responding to subpoenas.

If you would like to attend, please use the following link to register:

You will receive a confirmation email via IntakeQ as well as from our office administrator that will include some more details and the Zoom link. The training costs $75 and can be paid via credit card or check.