A Seminar for School Professionals
Schools often have the difficult task of navigating the path of divorced parents while still nurturing the student. Developing strong working relationships with children and their families is not always easy, especially if parents are divorced and have a less than cordial relationship. Educators need to be aware of the legalities and the sensitive needs of their families and students. It is the school’s role to cultivate successful relationships and know good practice. This seminar will cover the essential information that each school personnel should know, including information that protects not just the child and family but the school as well.
Topics Covered Include:
- How to read and interpret parenting plans
- Rights of custodial vs non-custodial parents
- Releasing information and records
- Subpoenas vs court orders and how to respond
- Sharing information and who is allowed to have it
- Orders of Protection
- Hotline calls and mandated reporting
Who Should Attend:
- Social Workers
- School Psychologists
- Learning Consultants
- School Counselors
- Care Team Members
- School Nurses
$85 per attendee
Monday April 3, 2017
9:00 AM to 3:00 PM CDT
Lunch on your own, Noon – 1:00 p.m.
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West County Psychological Associates
12125 Woodcrest Executive Dr.
Saint Louis, MO 63141
*Continuing Education certificate provided, must attend full program.
Jennifer Webbe VanLuven, MSW, LCSW, CDM received her Master of Social Work degree from Saint Louis University with a concentration in family systems and law. Jennifer provides private therapy dealing with adult issues, depression, anxiety, marital and relationship issues, as well as adolescent development and behavioral issues.
Jennifer has extensive experience in family law and court room testifying. She assists couples in a peaceful resolution, where continued communication is imperative for raising healthy children. Along with private therapy services, Jennifer provides services to families who are in the midst of transition, as a Parent Coordinator, Co-Parent Counselor, Custody Evaluator and a Divorce Consultant.