KIDS COME FIRST: IT’S THAT SIMPLE!
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KIDS COME FIRST: IT’S THAT SIMPLE!

KIDS COME FIRST: IT’S THAT SIMPLE!

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AFCC-NY

Association of Family and Conciliation Courts

New York Chapter

&

American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers

New York Chapter

Co-Sponsored by:

The Child & Adolescent Psychotherapy Training Program

the William Alanson White Institute

Friday, Dec.16th

9:00 AM - 4:30 PM

Register: 8:30 AM

New York City

Bar Association

42 W 44th St.

New York, NY 10036

CLE CME CE CPE

7.5 credits (approved)

KIDS COME FIRST: IT’S THAT SIMPLE!

“STEPPING UP” OUR UNDERSTANDING OF DEVELOPMENTALLY SENSITIVE PARENTING PLANS AND MODIFICATION SCHEDULES THAT GROW WITH THE CHILDREN

CAN YOU HEAR ME NOW?

TALKING WITH CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS

HOW TO TRY A FAMILY LAW CASE WITHOUT DESTROYING THE FAMILY

Guest Speakers

Marsha Kline Pruett, PhD, MSL

Dr. Marsha Kline Pruett is a licensed clinical psychologist and National President of the AFCC. She is the Maconda Brown O’Connor Professor and Director, Clinical Research Institute at Smith College School for Social Work. Dr. Pruett’s intervention and research areas focus on family dynamics and development.

Mindy F. Mitnick, EdM, MA

Mindy F. Mitnick is a licensed psychologist practicing in Minneapolis. Ms. Mitnick has trained professionals throughout the US and Canada in a variety of areas, including effective interviewing techniques with children. She has written and taught extensively about the assessment of child sexual abuse allegations during custody disputes.

Panelists & Lecturers

Associate Justice Judith J. Gische

Supreme Court, Appellate Division,

First Judicial Department

​Justice Gische has presided over dedicated Matrimonial Parts in New York and Bronx Counties, and she is a former New York Law School Adjunct Professor for Divorce Law.


Hon. Hope Schwartz Zimmerman

Supreme Court, Nassau County

Supervising Judge

Matrimonial Center

previously Supervising Judge

Nassau County Family Court

Hon. Michael L. Katz

Acting Justice, Supreme Court,

New York County

Previously - ​Judge, Family Court,

Kings County

Robin D. Carton, J.D.

Carton & Rosoff PC

​Co-President Elect of the AFCC-NY Chapter, Immediate Past-President of the Westchester Women’s Bar Association, President of the Law Guardian Association of Westchester County, and Secretary of the Association of Collaborative Lawyers of Rockland-Westchester.

Lawrence Jay Braunstein, J.D.

Braunstein & Zuckerman Esqs.

Co-President Elect of the AFCC-NY Chapter, Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and the International Academy of Family Lawyers. Expert in child custody litigation, particularly involving allegations of child sexual and physical abuse.

Elliot Wiener, J.D.

Phillips Nizer LLP

Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and the International Academy of Family Lawyers. He is a former Co-Chair of the Interdisciplinary Committee on Mental Health and Family Law.

Program CO-CHAIRS: Lawrence Jay. Braunstein, Esq., Joseph A. DeMarco, Esq. and Dr. Bernice H. Schaul, PHD

Total hours of CE credit approved for this program is 7.5 hours. Additional $15 fee required for CE Certificate. The AAML NY Chapter is accredited by the NYS CLE Board as a CLE provider for live presentations for the period October 2, 2014 through October 1, 2017.The total number of hours of CLE credit approved by the NYS CLE Board for this program is 7.5 hours, consisting of 3.5 hours in Areas of Professional Practice and 4 hours in Skills. Credit for partial attendance at a segment will not be given. This is not a transitional course for attorneys admitted less than 2 years. Our financial hardship policy is available from Kristen Stevens, Chapter Administrator, at americanacademyny@gmail.com

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