Massachusetts Association of Guardians ad Litem, Inc. Presents:
Bungles, Biases, & Boundaries:
What Can Possibly Go Wrong?
Sol Rappaport, Ph.D. ABPP
February 10, 2023
The Conference Center at Waltham Woods, Waltham, MA
Working in the family forensic field as a mental health professional or attorney, whether as a GAL, PC, legal advocate, or therapist, involves enormous challenges and many areas in which to make mistakes. The goal of this conference is to explore some of the more complicated situations and traps that make even the most seasoned professional vulnerable to attacks at court, and which can lead to unfortunate consequences for court-involved families. We will uncover pitfalls for the unwary and how to avoid them in the context of many circumstances, such as maintaining proper boundaries, managing biases, testifying at depositions and court, writing reports, utilizing psychological testing, and interviewing family members and collaterals in high conflict cases. Regardless of your role, avoiding costly mistakes and adhering to best practices will lead to better results for the court-involved families we all serve, and increase the quality and consistency of our diverse professional work.
Early Bird Registration (until January 10, 2023) $200 for MAGAL members, and $225 for non-members and $275, with cost of membership for one year included at no additional cost.
Late Registration (after January 10, 2023) $215 for members, and $240 for non-members.
7.0 CE Credits have been sought for psychologists