6 CLE Hours, including 1 Trial Practice Hour
Co-Sponsored by Atlanta Bar CLE and the Atlanta Bar Association Family Law Section.
Written materials: An electronic download of the seminar written materials will be provided to all registrants before the seminar.
Family Law Section Members: $139 early (by 9/10/14), $159 regular
Other Atlanta Bar members: $149 early (by 9/10/14), $169 regular
Non-members: $199 early (by 9/10/14), $219 regular
Law Students: $25 for Atlanta Bar Members, $50 for Non-Members
Savings: Save up to TO $95! Use your Atlanta Bar members-only CLE coupon and save $75, PLUS save another $20 if you register by the early registration deadline, September 10, 2014.
All Non-Members Must Register via the Registration Form
Agenda and Speakers
8:00 am - Check-in and Registration
8:25 am - Welcome and Introductions
8:30 am - Psychological Testing: What tests are out there? How do you choose which ones to administer? Do they measure the same things?
- Allison B. Hill, Ph.D., JD
9:15 am - How can psychological evaluations be utilized in custody litigation? How should they be utilized?
- Dawn Smith, Esq.
- Michelle Green, Ph.D.
10:00 am - Break
10:15 am - Update on DSM-V
- Kevin Richards, Ph.D.
11:00 am - Young children and therapy: What are the options? How young is too young?
- Teresa H Woodruff, LPC, ATR-BC
- Michelle Green, Ph.D
12:00 pm - Lunch (included)
12:45 pm - Is everyone addicted to something? The addiction of sex, drugs and rock & roll
- Howard Drutman, Ph.D
- Michael Fishman, MD
1:45 pm - Break
2:00 pm - Do certain mental health issues have a greater impact on child custody than others? Can a narcissist make a good parent? What about someone with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder?
- Barrie Alexander, Ph.D.
- Nancy McGarrah, Ph.D.
2:45 pm - Judges’ Panel – A View From the Bench
- The Honorable Jane Barwick, Fulton County Superior Court
- The Honorable Doris Downs, Fulton County Superior Court
- The Honorable Chris Edwards, Fayette County Superior Court
- Moderated by Kim Oppenheimer, Ph.D.