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Announcing Fall Training 2016 | Competence to Stand Trial and Mental Disability Issues in Juvenile and Family Law

We are pleased to announce our Fall Training sessions for 2016.

Early Registration rates end October 1st, 2016!

Each session comprises 10 weeks of self-paced online professional training plus real-time weekly consultation sessions with the instructor.

Fall Training sessions are a great opportunity to receive professional training from some of the field’s top experts. Each session runs for 10 weeks (Oct – Dec) and includes guided online training; participants are sent weekly emails with course content and relevant information (about 2 hours of work each week) that you can move through at your own pace. All materials required for the course are provided to the participant.

In addition, weekly live consultation sessions are held with the instructor (these are also recorded for those unable to attend the session in real-time). The total time commitment for each session is 30 hours over 10 weeks (CEs (CEU) = 30). Interested in Group Registration?

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pSession #1: Best Practices in the Evaluation of Competence to Stand Trial

Presented by Dr. Patricia Zapf

October 9th thru December 17th

Consultation sessions: Tuesdays from 4-5 pm EST

mental-disability-law-(1)-(1)Session #2: Mental Disability Issues in Juvenile and Family Law

Presented by Professors Michael Perlin and Heather Ellis Cucolo

October 9 thru December 17th

Webinar sessions: Mondays from 6-7:30 pm EST

Board approvals: APA, CPA, NBCC, NYS Social Work, Texas Social Work & Counselors; NY CLE’s pending. Check out all our professional training program offerings here.

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