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Supporting Family Law Clients in Custody Mediation and Recommending Counseling

Webinar: Feb 15 (Friday) - 12:00pm to 1:30pm

Join Chandler Hoffman, Psy.D., and Debbie Katz, MFT, as they share their advice for attorneys representing clients in custody proceedings, derived from years of working with parents on custody arrangements both in the courts and in private practice.


1.5 Hours MCLE Credit

Join Chandler Hoffman, Psy.D., and Debbie Katz, MFT, as they share their advice for attorneys representing clients in custody proceedings, derived from years of working with parents on custody arrangements both in the courts and in private practice. Learn how attorneys can sabotage the proceedings by failing to properly counsel their clients and prepare them for custody negotiations. This program will provide guidance on how to prepare your clients to negotiate custody with the assistance a mental health professional and protect their children from the turmoil of the custody proceeding. 

Program Highlights:

  • Why mediation?
  • Supporting the mediation process
  • Setting realistic client expectations
  • Custody disputes from the children’s perspective
  • Addressing emotional issues

This is an intermediate level program. Some family law experience is assumed.

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Join Chandler Hoffman, Psy.D., and Debbie Katz, MFT, as they share their advice for attorneys representing clients in custody proceedings, derived from years of working with parents on custody arrangements both in the courts and in private practice. Learn how attorneys can sabotage the proceedings by failing to properly counsel their clients and prepare them for custody negotiations. This program will provide guidance on how to prepare your clients to negotiate custody with the assistance a mental health professional and protect their children from the turmoil of the custody proceeding. 

Program Highlights:

  • Why mediation?
  • Supporting the mediation process
  • Setting realistic client expectations
  • Custody disputes from the children’s perspective
  • Addressing emotional issues

This is an intermediate level program. Some family law experience is assumed.

DR. CHANDLER HOFFMAN


DR. CHANDLER HOFFMAN is a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in working with families and children. He earned his Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology in 1998 and was licensed in California in 2000. The bulk of his career was spent working for the Superior Court of California, Alameda County where he provided recommending child custody mediation services to family law litigants and supervised Family Court Services mediators in both the Juvenile and Family Court. Dr. Hoffman launched his private practice, which he calls Amity Consulting, with the goal to provide services to individuals, parents and children going through divorce and separation process. He specializes in non-adversarial and collaborative processes that help his clients accommodate to and manage the changes necessary to be successful co-parents. He provides Confidential Custody Mediation, Private Recommending Child Custody Counseling (recommending mediation), divorce coaching, adult and child therapy, Reunification Counseling and Parent Coordination services. He is a father of two children.

DEBBIE KATZ, MFT

Products specifications
PRODUCT GROUP CLE
PRODUCT GROUP Digital
MCLE HOUR 0.5 - 2
PRACTICE AREA Family Law
SPECIALIZATION Psychological Aspects
By Month February 2019
Products specifications
PRODUCT GROUP CLE
PRODUCT GROUP Digital
MCLE HOUR 0.5 - 2
PRACTICE AREA Family Law
SPECIALIZATION Psychological Aspects
By Month February 2019