Fri, Feb 04 | St. George

Utah AFCC Southern Utah Symposium

A daylong multi-disciplinary event with presentations on compelling topics of interest to the family law and mental health communities.
Utah AFCC Southern Utah Symposium

Time & Location

Feb 04, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
St. George, 1129 S Bluff St, St. George, UT 84770, USA

About the event

The Utah Chapter of the AFCC – the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts is coming to SOUTHERN UTAH! 

We will be hosting a very special Symposium on February 4, 2022, at the Best Western Plus Abey Inn on Bluff Street in St. George.

This full-day, multi-disciplinary event will include presentations from a host of experts on compelling topics of interest to the family law and mental health communities, including:

  • Dealing with Personality Disorders
  • Diffusing High Conflict Co-Parenting Situations
  • Family Law 101 for Mental Health Professionals
  • Mental Health 101 for Family Law Attorneys
  • The Role of the Private Guardian Ad Litem
  • Custody Evaluations
  • Effective Communication Strategies
  • Attracting/Keeping Clients
  • Strategies for Dealing with Difficult Clients
  • Special pre-conference all-levels yoga class w/ Micah William Scholes!

You'll earn valuable CE and CLE credits, expand your knowledge base, and network with members of the judiciary, court-informed therapists, custody evaluators, mediators, and family law attorneys. The cost of admission includes a continental breakfast and a delicious fully catered lunch. We promise this conference will be well worth your time.

Many of you have already joined the AFCC. If you are not currently a member, we would love to have you join our ranks. 

Please visit the AFCC website to see all the features and benefits of membership. Members of our Utah Chapter are comprised of experienced and respected interdisciplinary problem-solvers - family law judges, attorneys, mediators, and mental health professionals - devoted to minimizing conflict between parents and enhancing the well-being of children. The Chapter’s goals are to collaborate - in research, education, training, and practice – both in Utah and beyond.

We would love to see you at this important event for our Utah AFCC Chapter, and we promise this will be well worth your time. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or comments. Thank you!

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