Work as a play therapist usually involves receiving a subpoena or appearing in a courtroom at some point in your career. For a play therapist, receiving subpoenas for records and acting as a witness in court can create anxiety and apprehension with high conflict divorces and the attorneys involved. Play therapists have the unique ability to be the voice for children not only in the play room, but also in the courtroom. This training will explain a step-by-step process of skills needed to handle high conflict divorce cases from the beginning of the first session through the court trial. After this training, a play therapist will be able to predict the procedures in the courthouse and courtroom ahead of time, as well as be prepared for subpoenas for minors before they are received. Play therapists have the opportunity to work as a team with Family Court Services to provide support in sessions and in the courtroom as children and adolescents experience a significant loss in their life.
Cost: $100 (Non-Refundable)
Cancellation and Refund Policy:
This training is non-refundable