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Secondary Trauma and the Practice of Family Law CLE
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 Export to Your Calendar 11/9/2018
When: November 9, 2018
8:30a-4:30p
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Holiday Inn Missoula Downtown
200 S. Pattee Street
Missoula, Montana  59802
United States
Contact: Meagan Gallagher
406-447-2206


Online registration is available until: 11/8/2018
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Secondary Trauma and the Practice of Family Law CLE 

-6.75 CLE Credits Pending Approval 

Schedule 

Friday a.m.

8:00

Registration (Breakfast Included)

8:30-9:00

The Court System as a Traumatized System
Jan Panskeep Research: Threat, Drive and Nurture
Andrew Laue

9:00-10:15

The Role of Humans in Human Service Work: Attachment and
Neuro-Biology and the Body. The Impact of Secondary Trauma on Effective Workers: Body, Cognition, Emotion and Relationships
Andrew Laue 

10:15-10:30

Break

10:30-11:30

The Tool Box of Resiliency: Resources for Building Resiliency
Andrew Laue 

11:30-12:30

Practicing Resiliency: Creating Transition
Rituals, Body Cues and Embodied Boundaries

Neuro-Plasticity: Creating New Brain Action Resonance and Mirroring: Relational
Containment
Andrew Laue 

Friday p.m.

12:30-1:30

Lunch Provided

1:30-2:30

Leveraging the Practice of Mindfulness to Manage a Difficult Family Law Practice
Cathy Tutty

2:30-3:30

Judge’s Perspective on Traumatic Issues in Family Law and Ethical Considerations
Standing Master Brenda Desmond 

3:30-4:30

Panel Discussion on Family Law Legislative Issues
TBD

Speakers 

Andrew R. Laue, LCSW is a psychotherapist in private practice in Missoula and Polson, Montana.  In addition to the clinical work he does with individuals, couples and families, he supervises 30 psychotherapists in the Western Montana region, He is the chief trainer for the National Association of Social Workers Montana Chapter’s course in Clinical Supervision.  In  2017, he won a National County Association award for his Secondary Trauma  Group work with the Missoula County Attorney’s office.  He is passionate about creating sustainability for human service professionals through the process of identifying secondary trauma that occurs from the intensity of human service work.  He consults with many agencies about the delivery and complexity of mental health practice.  These include First Step Missoula at St. Patrick’s Hospital, Partnership for Children,  Inter Mountain Mental Health Center,   Partnership Health Center, and the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribal Social Services Department.

A leader in the LGBT community in Montana, Andrew has developed cutting edge interventions for diverse groups including his HIV prevention work with the MSM and IDU population, for which he won the Governor’s Award for HIV Prevention in  2003.     A decade ago he was part of the development of the award winning documentary film, Red Without Blue (2007) which has become a founding document in the search for the equitable treatment of transgender people.   He resides on the Flathead Reservation in rural Montana, and is passionate in his commitment to serve the Native American population in this region. 

 

Registration & Pricing 

PRICE A         for attorneys practicing five years or more and all
                         other non-attorney registrants.

PRICE B         for attorneys practicing under five years and

   members of the State Bar Family Law Section.

                                  Price A        Price B

Pre-Registration:        $325           $300

On-site Registration   $350           $325

Law Clerks attend for free, use promo code: LAWCLERK2018

 

Printed Course Book $35
Electronic materials are included in the registration price, printed course books are an additional $35

 

REFUND POLICY: Refunds are 75% if cancellation is 7 days or more before the seminar. Refunds are 50% if cancellation is less than 7 days. No refunds for cancellations on or after the date of the seminar.  Cancellations or substitutions may be made by calling 406-447-2206. No refunds will be made on printed course books after November 2nd, 2018.