Mental Health and Legal Perspectives on Parent/Child Contact Problems:

Working with the most difficult cases

Kelley Baker, Ph.D. and Amy Eichler Ph.D.

 March 29, 2-4 pm

April 12, 2-4 pm

May 3, 2-4 pm

May 10, 2-4 pm

Location:                                                                                     Early Bird Price until Feb. 28th -- $199

Gumbo's North                                                                                                 March 1 and later -- $225

701 S. Main Street.                                                                                                    At the Door -- $250

Georgetown, TX 78626                                                                                                 (If space allows)

Price includes: All four sessions, appetizers during question/answer segments, and 8 hours CEUs for LPCs and psychologists and CLEs for attorneys (Certificates Provided)

Participants will learn:

*Characteristics of mild, moderate and severe parent/child contact problems

*How children come to resist or reject parent contact

*How to assess and differentiate your difficult cases

*Treatment options

*How attorneys and mental health professionals can best represent the issues in the court

*What is needed in the court orders to support interventions

*Preventative Solutions

1-3 hour trainings on the following topics:

Dr. Baker ​ speaks to professional and non-professional groups and organizations. 

Continuing Education Credits are offered for her classes.

Legislative Educational Seminar

January 11, 2019

" Parental Alienation: What is it and How does it happen?"

Parental Alienation

This topic can be represented in a brief 45 minute presentation covering the basic signs of alienation in children, the alienating behaviors of parents, and the levels of alienation. It may also be presented in a longer format to include assessment and treatment, and the interfacing of mental health and legal professionals.

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Reunification Planning and Treatment

This presentation focuses on the options for reunification, which is based on the options for reunification, which is based on the type of family conflict occurring. A multi-modal team approach is explained. Ideas for entrenched cases are provided as well as recommendations for court orders.

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Providing Mental Health Services in Family Courts

This topic is a beginner level counselor education presentation, covering roles that mental health providers play in family law cases. In a longer presentation format, the training includes a discussion on the professional risks involved and tips on protecting oneself from ethical violations.

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277th District Court February 15, 2018

Speaking Engagements

Legislative Educational Seminar Parental Alienation: What is it and How does it happen?    2019

Williamson County Bar Association Fall CLS: Parental Alienation: Assessment and Differentiation 2018

European Association of Parental Alienation Practitioners (EAPAP) Conference   Speaker’s Panel 2018

Simply Parent Conference  Parental Alienation Model or Differentiation 2018

Williamson County Bar Association Spring CLS: Parental Alienation: What is it? & How does it Happen? 2018

Texas Bar CLE and Texas Chapter of AAML Advisory Panel on 

Behaviors that Sabotage the Parent-Child Relationship And What To Do About Them 2018