Credit: 2.0 hours Presentation Date: November 10, 2020 Description In this moderated panel discussion, a small group of professionals from the worlds of family law and mental health services (including court-ordered therapies) will discuss the process of becoming a Child Representative/Guardian Ad Litem. Topics will include questions such as: What do you wish you had known about interviewing children when you first began working as a GAL? What do you wish other/more GALs knew about communicating with children involved in high-conflict family law cases? How to get information that you can trust as accurate from children when working as a GAL? The three panelists, all of whom work professionally as either therapists to children and families or as court-appointed Guardians/Representatives will discuss their experiences and these question topics, with guidance from a moderator who is a family law attorney. Questions If you have any questions about the content of this seminar, you may contact Jessica Engle at firstname.lastname@example.org. Archived MCLE Request Seminar TitleName* First Last EmployerPhone*Email* ARDC Number*Waiver*I have watched this webcast in its entirety and I am eligible for CLE credit.