Join us for the "Divorce" seminar on September 16, 2016 from 8:30AM to 4:15PM (CST).
- Discuss the limits of police intervention when domestic violence is reported.
- List (5) five things a victim should plan or do when escaping domestic violence.
- Discuss how children or youth might benefit from a few parenting changes while the family is going through a divorce.
- Compare and contrast a contested divorce and an uncontested divorce.
- Distinguish between separate and marital property.
Attorneys: This seminar is approved for 6.0 hours of CLE (general CLE only).
6.0 CEUs of education approved for certified peer recovery specialist.
6.0 Contact Hours approved for Social Workers.
Mediators (Rule 31): This seminar is approved for 4.5 hours of Continuing Education and 2.0 Family Law.
Other: All will receive certificate of attendance
8:00 AM Registration
8:30 AM When Metro Police are Called
9:45 AM Escaping Domestic Violence
10:45 AM Stalking, Restraining Orders, and Survival Tactics
11:45 AM Lunch
1:00 PM The Impact on Children
2:15 PM Divorce Boot Camp: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
4:15 PM Evaluation and Adjournment
Registration includes CEUs and Lunch. For complete details, please download our brochure:
Special Thanks to our Sponsors:
BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee
Tennssee Suicide Prevention Network
Vanderbilt Behvaioral Health
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Mental Health America of Middle Tennessee
Mental Health America of Middle Tennessee (formerly known as the Mental Health Association of Middle Tennessee) is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization that has been providing services to the Middle Tennessee community since 1946. Our mission is to connect the community with specialized mental health and wellness resources, provide services that improve the quality of life, and promote effective services where mental health needs exist.
Over the years, MHAMT has worked diligently to educate all members of our community about how to attain good mental health. We share our message of hope for mental wellness to tens of thousands of individuals annually.
By being a frontline resource for the community, MHAMT is in a position to identify important mental health needs in Middle Tennessee, and then often facilitates the development of programs to meet those needs or enhance resources to address service gaps.