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Forensic Division Annual Fall Conference
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9/21/2014
When: 9/21/2014
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Where: Columbia University Teachers College
525 West 120th Street
(Cowin Center)
New York, NY  10027


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The NYSPA Forensic Division, the Dean Hope Center/Teachers College, Columbia University and St. John's University, Office of Postgraduate Professional Development Programs and Postdoctoral Certificate Program in Forensic Psychology Present:

PSYCHOLOGISTS AS EXPERT WITNESSES: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES



Keynote Address
Eric Drogin, J.D., PhD, ABPP, Harvard Medical School’s Department of Psychiatry and The Harvard Law School Trial Advocacy Workshop: “Forensic Psychological Consultation: Guidance, Ethics and Opportunities.”

Child Custody Track
Leslie Drozd, PhD, National expert on child abuse and domestic violence, former editor of the Journal of Child Custody: “Abuse and/or Alienation? A Systematic Approach to Bring Order Out of Chaos in Child Custody Evaluations.”
 
Susan Esquilin, PhD, Past-President of the NJ Chapter of the American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children, national expert on abuse and trauma: “Making Sense of Sexual Abuse Allegations in the Context of Custody/Visitation Disputes: Maintaining A Balanced Perspective.”
 
Criminal Justice Track
Justice Matthew D’Emic, Kings County Supreme Court: “Forensic Testimony: The Judge’s View.”
 
Daniel Murrie, PhD, Director of Psychology, The Institute of Law, Psychiatry and Public Policy, University of Virginia School of Medicine: “Can Forensic Psychologists Be Objective In An Adversarial System? Adversarial Allegiance In Forensic Evaluation.” 

Conference registration fee includes coffee hour, keynote address, morning workshops, lunch and awards ceremony, afternoon workshops, panel discussion with the presenters, and a wine and cheese social hour. 5 CE credits available*.

(A) $125 for NYSPA Forensic Division members
(B) $150 for NYSPA members (must be logged in as NYSPA member) 
(C) $150 for Columbia University TC Faculty
(D) $175 for non NYSPA members

If you have any questions, please contact Program Chair Dr. Alan Perry (alan.perry@nychhc.org) or Program Co-Chair Bridget Amatore (BridAmat@aol.com).

* St. John's University Office Of Postgraduate Professional Development Programs is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Office of Postgraduate Professional Development Programs maintains responsibility for this program and its content.