Product includes audio files for the "A Different Take on Psychological Evaluations in Juvenile Court" CLE, presented on September 18, 2014. Audio files, course materials, seminar evaluation form, and Verification Affidavit will be sent electronically once payment is processed.
For CLE credit, record the codes heard in the course audio on the Verification Affidavit and submit the document to the CBA in accordance with the instructions in the document.
Presented by the Child Welfare and Juvenile Law Section
CLE Credit: 4.0 Hours
About the Program: This CLE looks at the Peer Review System for child protection evaluations, the value of the parent-child interactional evaluation, and the expertise needed for conducting child protection evaluations. The program presents a primer on the testing and evaluation process itself, as well as some tips from the doctors.
You Will Learn:
- How the peer review system works
- Why the parent child evaluation is important and what areas of expertise are necessary for providing these evaluations to the court
- What assessments and processes are used, consideration of cultural bias in testing, and options for testing, as well as some advice on examining the evaluator during trial.
Karen D’Amboise, Damboise Law Offices, Andover
Barbara Berkowitz, PhD, Clinical Psychologist, New Haven
Marilou Giouvannucci, Manager, Court Service Officer Programs, Family, Support and Juvenile Matters, Superior Court Operations Division, Connecticut Judicial Branch
Rodolfo Rosado, PhD, Clinical Psychologist, Norwalk
****The Connecticut Bar Association/CT Bar Institute is an accredited provider of New York State CLE. This program qualifies for transitional and non-transition credits. Financial hardship information available upon request.