Seminar: How Psychological Evaluations Can Assist the Court

Seminar: How Psychological Evaluations Can Assist the Court
Event Date and Time: 
Thursday, June 28, 2018 - 12:15 to 13:15
Speaker: 
Brenda Gomez, Doctoral Candidate at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology

Description

Come learn about the various different forms of psychological evaluations and what information they provide. Examples include the 215, a psychological evaluation, parenting capacity, and the 604(b).

This is the first of two seminars presented by The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. These seminars are open to all interested volunteers but may be especially helpful for Guardians ad Litem, Child Reps, and family law practitioners. Seminars are brown bag lunches and offer a casual setting for open discussion, including case-specific questions.

Materials

CLE Credit

  • This seminar is worth 1.0 hours of General MCLE credit.

Live Webcast

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