Working with Children & Parents involved in Family Law Disputes What Every Clinical Psychologist Should Know
Dr Janina Szyndler and Mabel Hui
Online Seminar via Zoom
Wednesday, 22nd September 2021
6:30 pm to 8:00 pm
If you work with children and families, it is inevitable that at some point you will get a referral in which there is an active or brewing family law dispute. Many Psychologists try to avoid seeing these clients but sometimes these cases creep in unexpectedly.
This seminar aims to help you be prepared and understand the potential pitfalls. It will cover everything from an overview of how the family law system works, to understanding how the court considers family violence, dealing with subpoenas and some of the principals that are important to bear in mind so that your work can be effective.
There will also be opportunities to ask questions.
Presenters from Apex Psychology:
Dr Janina Szyndler BSc (Hons), D Clin Psychol is a Clinical Psychologist who has extensive experience of working with families at different stages in the family law system. She regularly writes reports for the court and has given evidence on numerous occasions. She also has a Law degree.
Mabel Hui BA-Psych (Hons), LLB, GDLP is a Clinical Psychologist Registrar, who prior to her move into psychology, had a career as a Family Lawyer.
ACPA Members $30 | ACPA Student Members $10
(Includes those who have submitted their ACPA membership application and awaiting membership approval)
Non-ACPA Members $50
Event organised by the ACPA NSW Section
For enquiries, please contact:
Anthony Harrison, ACPA NSW State Committee Representative email@example.com