Ethics, Medical Errors and Domestic Violence
Dr Cathy Waltz
Author, Speaker and Professor at Barry University
Medical Errors Prevention
Ethics and Boundary Issues
Domestic Violence: A Clinical Perspective
Dr. Catherine Waltz, Ph.D., LCSW has been a Florida licensed clinical social worker since 1990 and has based her practice in Ft. Lauderdale. Her 30 years of clinical experience in individual and group psychotherapy as well as extensive expertise in domestic violence, hypnosis, and other clinical interventions are indicators of the value she brings to her clients and training sessions.
Dr. Waltz works primarily with adult patients. Her experience includes clients with diverse problems including serious and persistent mental illness, depression, anxiety, and relationship problems. She has created and run groups for women for the purpose of relationship improvement and self-development. She has developed and run psycho-educational programs for men who are violent with their partners, anger management and couples with highly conflictual relationships.
Dr. Waltz has held a variety of professional administrative positions and supervised many student interns and Registered Interns over the years. She has developed academic courses and provided professional continuing education training to other mental health professionals for years including a two-day course for Florida mental health professionals who desire to become Florida qualified supervisors for Registered Interns.
Her expertise in working with domestic violence victims and perpetrators has led to her becoming a trusted resource providing expert testimony in legal cases involving domestic violence. She has been training others to work with men who batter for 20 years including several recurring international training seminars on the subject.
Saturday, January 7, 2017
9AM - 5PM
Lunch will be provided
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