(NOTE: This program is currently closed to further registration.)
Having served much of her career specializing in sexual assault, domestic violence and child abuse, District Attorney Ferman frequently lectures on topics related to criminal investigation, prosecution and crime prevention for law enforcement, prosecutors and community groups
This full-day symposium is co-sponsored by Laurel House, a comprehensive domestic violence agency servicing individuals, families and communities throughout Montgomery County, PA, and The Center for Professional Development at Bryn Mawr College GSSWSR.
(1) Legal Perspective Basics; (2) PFA Court and Family Court: Help or Hindrance: (3) Legislative and Public Policy Perspective
Afternoon Workshops: (1) Self-Representation: Benefits and Pitfalls; (2) Domestic Violence Dynamics: What Every Clinician Needs to Know
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Human Service Workers; Social Workers; Psychologists; Family Therapists; Professional Counselors; Victims and Survivors
Aanyone whose profession puts them in direct contact with victims/survivors of domestic abuse and/or their children will glean invaluable information and insight that will have a direct impact on their work.
Full-Day (9:00am-3:30pm) - includes lunch: $75 for professionals; $50 for law enforcement; $20 for Bryn Mawr Students
Half-Day (9am-12pm) OR (1:30-3:30pm) - breakfast only: $50 for professionals; $30 for law enforcement; $10 for Bryn Mawr students
This training provides continuing education credits for professional social workers, professional counselors, and marriage and family therapists.
Six continuing education credits (CEUs) will be awarded for the full-day program; three CEUs will be awarded for a half day. Certificates will be emailed.