Herein lies the problem for most addiction admissions gone wrong. Without a comprehensive evaluation, it is next to impossible to determine the cause and the ongoing treatment protocol for the client. Most ‘check list’ approaches miss 80-90% of what’s significant in the profile of the individual seeking treatment from addiction. So what is it exactlyContinue reading Recovery From What?
It’s important to recognize other professionals who contribute significantly to the field of advocating legally for those facing legal problems. Such a person is visible in this edition of LawTech Connect, and excellent resource for lawyers and individuals looking for encouragement. https://youtu.be/MUe_75esYuY. Adriana Linares interviews Elizabeth Kelley, attorney and author of Representing People with MentalContinue reading LawTech Connect
Fortunately, we have good friends, partners and colleagues with whom we could ‘hunker down’ while we kept our zoom calls alive. Colleagues like Jon Gould helping write a peer reviewed journal article published in the American College Forensic Psychology Journal. And Neil Brown with whom I provided trainings to management treatment programs around the country.Continue reading Last Year Made Our Heads Spin!
I have the immense pleasure of appearing with family law attorney Warren Shiell on his YouTube channel. I discuss the role of the Educational Psychologist Expert in family law proceedings, and highlight my recent AJFP (American Journal of Forensic Psychology) article co-authored with Jon Gould, well known and highly qualified Custody Evaluator. Watch Mr. Shiell’sContinue reading Family Law YouTube Channel presents expert Dr Burdick
Thank you IAMHL for inviting me to present next year in Lyon France (iamhl.org) on a timely international topic. COVID -19 creates an unprecedented mixture of global legal, medical ethical, and school chaos for family courts and child custody evaluators. US Judges with help from GALs (Guardian Ad Litems) make ill- considered decisions of whereContinue reading COVID, Family Law, Medical Ethics, and Education: The New Norm