Robin M. Deutsch, PhD, ABPP, Hon. Christina Harms, JD, (ret.) and Jessica Greenwald O’Brien, PhD, instructors Online Course begins September 10, 2018 Weekend in Residence October 12-13, 2018 Robin M. Deutsch, PhD, ABPP and Leslie Drozd, PhD, instructors Online course begins October 22, 2018 Weekend in Residence November 30- December 1, 2018 21 617-244-1682 | 888-244-6843 | ce@williamjames.edu Parenting Coordination The course in Parenting Coordination will examine the role and functions of the Parenting Coordinator and the interventions to reduce chronic high conflict and develop a more functional relationship between parents that focuses on the best interests of the children. We will review of relevant state statutes and rules to meet those training requirements. PC18-3 | $1,100 for 28 CE Credits Enrollment limited to 20 people. Child Custody Evaluation The course in Child Custody Evaluation is designed for professionals who aspire to use empirically based research and methodology and best practices to provide or understand forensic psychological evaluations in contested custody matters to the courts. CC18-4 | $1,100 for 28 CE Credits Enrollment limited to 15 people. Intimate Partner Violence The course in Intimate Partner Violence is designed for professionals engaged in providing services to children, adults, families and the courts who seek to provide or understand best practices of investigation, evaluation, and testimony in matters where domestic violence is alleged. IV18-5 | $1,100 for 28 CE Credits Enrollment limited to 15 people. Certificate in Child and Family Forensics Robin Deutsch, PhD, ABPP, instructor Online Course begins April 9, 2018 Weekend in Residence May 11-12, 2018 Hidden in Plain Sight: FASD and the Cradle to Prison Pipeline The Cradle to Prison Pipeline is a well-documented phenomenon with disproportionate representation by people of color, individuals in poverty, and those with challenging behavioral, mental health and educational needs. This conference focuses upon an often “invisible” population in the pipeline, those with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD). It will offer a description of FASD, review why individuals with FASD are more vulnerable to becoming court-involved and otherwise institutionalized, and discuss how to identify and support court- involved individuals with FASD. Saturday May 12, 2018 9:00 am – 4:30 pm FASD | 6 CE Credits | $130 (includes lunch) Graduate Students, General Public, Other Professionals No CE Credits | $65 (includes lunch) Presenters Robert Kinscherff, PhD, JD Christina Chambers, PhD Kelly Casey, PhD Lisa Albers Prock, MD, MPH, FAAP Enid Watson, MDiv Risa Grand, MD William Edwards, Esq,