Welcome to Continuing Education at Alliant International University

 

Workshops offering CE credit hours for psychologists, marriage & family therapists, licensed clinical social workers,
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R-PAS Coding Solutions

(September 27, 9 AM - 5 PM)

Introduction to R-PAS Forensic Applications with Case Examples

(September 28, 9 AM - 5 PM)

Intimate Partner Violence: When the Victim is an Undocumented Immigrant

(October 25, 12 PM - 4 PM)

Interviewing, Report Writing, and Testifying in Child Custody Cases & Ethics and Licensing Update

(October 26, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM)

 

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Alliant International University San Diego Campus

10455 Pomerado Road, CA 92131

September 27 and 28, 2019 (Room TBD)

Instructors: Donald Viglione Ph.D., ABAP

R-PAS Coding Solutions is an intermediate/advanced workshop designed to help R-PAS users develop coding proficiency. Beginning with key principles for R-PAS coding, those attending this workshop will learn to identify and address the major sources of coding errors and inconsistencies.

Introduction to R-PAS Forensic Applications presents the research and strategic foundation for using R-PAS in forensic assessment. Accordingly, important research and conceptual issues involved with defending the Rorschach and R-PAS in court will be presented.

October 25, 2019 (Room Green Hall)

Instructors: Dr. Mariela Shibley

Intimate Partner Violence:  When the Victim is an Undocumented Immigrant.  The goal of this workshop is to provide participants with a foundational knowledge of the immigration process and immigration relief for victims of intimate partner violence, as overview of mental health issues commonly experienced by children of mixed status families, and recommendations for conducting culturally competent assessments in custody proceedings.                      

October 26, 2019 (Room Green Hall)

Instructors: Dr. Davis Martindale & Sandra Mayberry, Esq

Interviewing, Report Writing, and Testifying in Child Custody Cases & Ethics and Licensing Update.  The goal of this workshop is to provide participants with a Method of Forensic Interviewing of Litigants and Children, Maximizing the Usefulness of Collateral Source Information, Selecting Assessment Instruments, Writing Custody Reports, and Giving Effective Expert Testimony.







 
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