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The San Diego CAMFT chapter, in collaboration with the San Diego County Bar Association, presents the first workshop in a 3-part series that brings therapists and attorneys together to explore and learn about topics that are mutually relevant to each profession and the unique working relationship that often brings the two together. Our first workshop on confidentiality and privilege in court proceedings will explore the topic from each perspective, including what to expect from working with one another, professional expectations towards responding to inquiries from either party, court room protocol and procedure when involving third party professionals, and normalizing the experience of collaborative work between therapists and attorneys. Please join us for dialogue, collaboration, and networking.
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Antonyan Miranda is generously sponsoring and collaborating on the attorney-therapist workshop series.
Schedule and Location:
San Diego County Bar Association
Conference Center (1st Floor)
401 West A Street, Suite 120
San Diego, CA 92101
Monday, March 11th 2019
Program from 6:00pm - 7:30pm
Networking from 7:30pm - 8:00pm
The event will feature speakers from the mental health and legal communities on the topic of confidentiality and privilege in court-involved cases. There will be a brief discussion of confidentiality and privilege for therapists who work with court-involved cases. The presentation will include some discussion of key issues involving confidentiality and privilege when working with minors. Attendees will be able to accurately identify and apply one or more statues applicable to the confidentiality of minors.
1. Describe two or more statues applicable to client confidentiality
2. Describe the application of psychotherapist-patient privilege when working with minors and adults
3. Describe one or more statues which allow therapists to limit the disclosure of confidential information regarding minors
Instructor: Michael Griffin, JD, LCSW
Mr. Griffin is currently a staff attorney at CAMFT, and has been for the past 13 years. He graduated from Chapman University School of Law in 1998, and received a MSW degree from USC School of Social Work in 1980. Mr. Griffin became licensed as an LCSW in 1982. His professional background is diverse and includes working in community mental health settings, focusing primarily on working with children and adolescents. He currently has a private practice in Laguna Niguel, CA.
This presentation is geared towards prelicensed and licensed mental health professionals, attorneys, and others working within family law and mental health.
$20 for CEU's (early bird price); $15 without CEUs
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Course Completion certificates will be awarded electronically in exchange for a completed evaluation form. Please make sure Program Administrator has your correct email. Course meets the qualifications for 1.5 hour of continuing education credit for LMFT’s, LCSW’s, LPCC’s and LEP’s as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences.
This course is provided by the San Diego Chapter of the California association of marriage and family therapists (Provider #57330) is approved by the California association of marriage and family therapists to sponsor continuing education for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs and LEPs. The San Diego chapter of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists maintains responsibility for the program and all its content.