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Episode #19-Stress Over a Summons??? Get in the Know with Court Involved Therapist Dene Carroll

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Episode #19-Stress Over a Summons??? Get in the Know with Court Involved Therapist Dene Carroll
Episode #19-Stress Over a Summons??? Get in the Know with Court Involved Therapist Dene Carroll
In this episode we explore what it means to be a Court Involved Therapists. I think all of us can agree that the idea of taking on a case which involves a high conflict divorce we ourselves experience a bit of anxiety about the potential of being involved in the court proceedings. We imagine that we will have to share our client’s case notes on a witness stand, or determine if it is the best interest of a child to be with a parent. But, I think we’ve got this all wrong. Shockingly very wrong. I know you will gain a lot by sticking with us over the next hour because in this episode you will gain a new perspective on what it means to be a court involved therapist or CIT as we will refer to it on the show for short!

By the end of this show my hope is that you are inspired to learn more about being a CIT, as well as gain confidence and competency in being a CIT. I am bringing on the show today someone who I was instantly inspired by when I was reading through a post on social media about navigating challenges presented in being involved in their client’s divorce proceedings and the insight and perspective and knowledge that Dene Carroll brought to the conversation I thought we need to bring her on the show to help educate more clinicians. Dene has over 10 years of experience in child welfare services in Sonoma, California before she decided to go into private practice and specifically be a court involved therapist.

Learning Objectives

  1. Identify what it means to be a Court Involved Therapist (CIT).
  2. Recognize the varying roles that a CIT plays in a high conflict separation.
  3. Differentiate between co-parenting and couples counseling when it comes to separation

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