CfCC Family Law Mental Health Summit January 11, 2019

I am proud to announce that the Center for Child Counseling is hosting their 1st Annual Family Law Mental Health Summit at the Kelsey Theater (Lake Park, Florida) on January 11, 2019.

We are still seeking Florida Bar CLE accreditation and expect 6.0 CLE hours (including one hour of ethics).

The focus of the summit will be to educate family law attorneys on current mental health issues and create a trauma informed legal community.  The primary focus this year will be the impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE’s) on children in a family law case.

The CLE is brought to you by the Center for Child Counseling for which I have the pleasure of serving on the Board of Directors.  The Center for Child Counseling is dedicated to helping children who have suffered from trauma, and creating a trauma informed community.

We are offering a special PRE-ACCREDITATION reduced registration of $200!  (Which includes lunch).

This is for those folks are are interested in the topic and have the confidence we will put on a FANTASTIC show without the opportunity to preview the agenda.  As soon as we receive accreditation, the price will rise to $300 (which is still a FANTASTIC deal for 6 hours of live CLE… did we mention lunch was included?)


Now more than ever, we have to remove the stigma associated with mental health problems so we have a healthier society.

Thank you for your consideration!



Thank you to our sponsors :

MH Summit Sponsors
If you are interested in a sponsorship opportunity, email me!
Mental Health Summit

2 thoughts on “CfCC Family Law Mental Health Summit January 11, 2019

  1. S Chinatti

    Do you have any Connecticut affiliates or lawyers you collaborate with or know share your perspectives on abusive personalities and the justice system?

    I have been the primary (read: “and only in-house”) caretaker / support person for my parents since Dec 2010. My Mother passed one month ago yesterday, and I allege my POA brother has been abusive of his duties, to my father, to me as caregiver, and to me as sibling (15yrs between us…I had no idea it would be This bad).

    Thank you for your attention.


    Suzanne Chinatti

    Sent from my iPhone

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