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Interviewing Children: Differentiating Roles, Child Development, and Discerning Meaning
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Interviewing Children: Differentiating Roles, Child Development, and Discerning Meaning

The SCCBA Family Law Section presents an MCLE Brown Bag:

When: September 29, 2015
12:15PM -1:15PM
Where: SCCBA Seminar & Conference Center
31 North Second Street, 4th Floor
San Jose, California  95113
United States
Presenter: Family Law
Contact: SCCBA

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Ms. Houghton, RN, MFT, Esq., will discuss how children – ranging in ages, abilities and variations of needs – are “seen” through the eyes of the various professionals who are involved in their lives and how that view is highly dependent on the “lens” through which we are viewing the children. 

Ms. Houghton will explore the practical “nuts and bolts” of working with these families will shed clarity on what is often a murky area, where myth and misinformation abound. 

This practical and interactive presentation will include guidelines and caveats about interpretation of behavior; confidentiality and disclosure; and the need for both collateral information and special expertise in certain cases.



SCCBA Member: $30
Non-Member: $55
Honorary: FREE
Registration: 11:45 aM

1.0 General Substantive Law; 1.0 Family Law Specialization (E) Psychological and Counseling Aspect of Dissolution of Marriage


Valerie Houghton, Counselors & Consultants, Inc.



Cancellations and refunds will be accepted only 48 hours prior to the event.  

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