“Practical Strategies and Ethics for Working with Family Court-Involved Families”
Dr. Jane Phillips
Therapists need special skills to work with individuals involved in the family court system. This seminar will provide practical interventions for working with these family members as well providing participants with an understanding of the family court system in Texas.
Dr. Phillips has extensive experience in counseling children, teens, adults and senior adults. Dr. Phillips earned her MS in Evaluation Research at TCU and her MSSW and PhD in Social Work from the University of Texas at Arlington. Although Dr. Phillips sees individuals with a variety of counseling needs, most of her clients are those affected by family court litigation. She has a particular interest in helping families repair parent-child relationships that have been hurt by separation or divorce.
- Therapists will learn techniques to engage effectively with high-conflict families
- Therapists will learn strategies to help children develop resiliency to negative family dynamics
- Therapists will learn how the Texas Family Code affects the way they practice with individuals involved in family court