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Forensic Evaluation Training for Clinicians, Social Workers, and Psychologists

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Date/Time
Date(s) - November 30, 2018
7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Location
United Way of Greater Houston, Auditorium I

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TRAUMA, LEGAL CHANNELS, & FORENSIC EVALUATIONS FOR IMMIGRANT SURVIVORS

Use Your Clinical Skills to Make a Difference

Join NASW Houston to learn from national legal immigration organizations and local experts on how to evaluate survivors of violence who are applying for immigration relief based on traumatic experiences such domestic violence, sexual violence, detention, and migration. This training will expand the first stage of treatment for survivors by expanding assessment knowledge and skills. Social workers, psychologists, and clinicians can play an important role as experts in the field of mental health and the effects it has on immigrant survivors. You have the power to make a tremendous impact by evaluating courageous survivors and presenting a report to immigration officials both in and outside of the court system. In this training, you will learn about the legal systems at play, the role of an expert evaluator, and the clinical tools and strategies you will use for this type of assessment.

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Presented By

Rosalie Hyde, LCSW; Psychotherapist & Faculty, Houston-Galveston Trauma Institute
Jessica Howton, JD; Managing Attorney, Tahirih Justice Center
Marisa Peterson, JD; Staff Attorney, Justice For Our Neighbors
Jillian Bissar, MSSW, LCSW-S; Social Work Counselor, MD Anderson; Social Chair, NASW Houston Branch