“Early Brain Development & Best-Interest Decision Making in our Courts: Using Science to Inform Decision Making”
Approved for 6.0 CLE credits, pending approval for Social Work/Licensed Mental Health Professional Credits
Seattle University School of Law and Gonzaga University School of Law, in collaboration with the Center for Children & Youth Justice and Casey Family Programs are pleased to announce the fourth offering in a series about early brain development and best-interest decision-making in our courts. Lawyers, judges, gaurdians ad litem, CASAs, mental health and other service providers, medical professionals, and social work professionals working with families with young children involved in dependency (child welfare) and/or high conflict divorce cases will find these programs englightening.
Morning Program: Through the Eyes of the Infant
Afternoon Program: Using Evidence Based Approaches with Court Involved Families with Young Children
Funding for this event has been provided by the Norlien Foundation, the Empire Health Foundation and Providence Health Care.
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$125 General Registration
$75 Employed by Non-Profit or Government Entity
Non-profits & government entitites may request a reduced fee or a fee waiver for groups of 5 (minimum) to 10 (maximum) by emailing email@example.com.
$85 Per Person Video Webcast
One price for all registrant categories; no fee waiver or discounts for webcast