Feedback from the attendees at the workshop “Cultural Complexities in Family Law Matters” Annual Conference AFCC

2011 Annual Conference AFCC California Chapter  2011  San Francisco

 

Presenters: Gitu Bhatia, Psy D, Abbas Hadjian, Esq., Diana Marinez, Esq., Linda Botell, Psy.D. February 12, 2011.

The audience was comprised of Family Law Judges, Attorneys, Mediators and Child Custody Evaluators. Here is a summary of the comments we personally received:

More! This was very personally shocking and insightful allowing us to explore ourselves in relation to our professions in a safe environment.

Really great!

Liked the use of film clips to show dynamics – helpful case scenarios. Very good presentation overall.

Very good program – entertaining and lots of information.

Well organized, interesting and good speakers.

Would have liked more information on impact on custody evluations.

Presenters put a great deal of effort and made an impressive presentation.

Loved Mr Hadjian’s  address on the  drivers license vs. license to practice law.

Enjoyed video clips and examples.

Excellent panel, great mix of professionals, all panelists were fantastic, nice mix of video and lecture. Thank you! More time for this topic.  In the future can this be done as a 2 part series? Can materials or resources identified for more practical tips for family law practitioners for helping clients/kids/families.

This diversity program = fabulous.

Very good and informatibve panel on a critical topic for all of us working in California.

Excellent.

Good! Good! Very very good! Especially welcomed the focus on development of “new” americans over time.

 

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