Annual Clinical, Legal & Ethics Seminar
This program will provide 3 hours of continuing education in ethics, law, professional conduct and risk management to satisfy Maryland licensure requirements.
Domestic Violence: Law and Mental Health
Mental health professionals are often called upon to provide treatment to domestic violence offenders and victims. Legal response to domestic violence can include emergency petitions, protective orders, criminal assault charges, divorce proceedings, custody orders and child abuse and neglect intervention. Participants in this training will learn how to recognize domestic violence. Discussion will include the implications of domestic violence for treatment, responding knowledgeably when a client is involved in legal proceedings related to domestic violence, and how to contribute effectively if required to become involved in any legal proceeding. View full flyer
Featuring: J. Emmet Burke, PhD, JD and The Honorable Dana Moylan Wright, Circuit Court, Washington County, Maryland. Guest presenter(s) will be announced.
Please note: Our fall seminars are scheduled in anticipation of the state of Maryland lifting the COVID-19 restrictions. Safe distancing guideline may limit the number of attendees.
Due to COVID-19, our schedule of continuing education seminars has changed. View updated 2020 CE calendar.