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HCD8186 - An Introduction to High-Conflict Divorce: Dynamics and Interventions for Parents. . . 3 CE Contact Hours

$ 30.00



An Introduction to High-Conflict Divorce:
Dynamics and Interventions for Parents


The objectives of this course are to
provide the trainee with an overview guide
to high conflict divorce.


When the trainee completes this course
he or she will:

-Understand the intra-psychic and
relationship dynamics between parents
engaged in chronic custody litigation;
-Recognize the ethical boundaries guiding
professional work with couples
in high-conflict divorce;
-Comprehend the proper focus of this work
as problem-solving, rather than
-Learn useful intervention techniques
to help the families engaged in conflict;

This beginning to intermediate level course
is primarily designed for clinicians in
the early stages of their career, or for
clinicians reviewing basic concepts in
this treatment area.

This course was written by Leslie Todd, LCSW, ACSW.
Leslie Todd serves as a parenting coordinator in
high conflict divorces cases for the Family Court
of East Baton Rouge Parish. She is a licensed
clinical social worker with 15 years of private practice.
She has also taught graduate courses as
an adjunct instructor at Louisiana State University
as well as a sociology course on marriage and family
for Our Lady of the Lake College.


Approvals: has been approved by NBCC as
an Approved Continuing Education Provider,
ACEP No. 6071.

Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit
are clearly identified. is solely responsible for all aspects
of the programs.

As noted on the NBCC web site, "most professional counselor
state licensure boards readily accept NBCC credit
for licensure renewal.", Inc., provider #1104, is approved
to offer social work continuing education by the Association
of Social Work Boards (ASWB), through
the Approved Continuing Education (ACE) program. Organizations,
not individual courses, are approved as ACE providers.

State and provincial regulatory boards have the final authority
to determine whether an individual course may be accepted
for continuing education credit., Inc. maintains responsibility for this course.

ASWB Approval Period: 11/15/2023 to 11/15/2026.

Social workers participating in this course will receive;
8 clinical continuing education clock hours.