Presentation on theme: "CCE or LFA 1. If a certain number of issues are raised (3 or more), it is likely that a CCE is needed. 2. If legal custody and parenting time recommendations."— Presentation transcript:
CCE or LFA 1. If a certain number of issues are raised (3 or more), it is likely that a CCE is needed. 2. If legal custody and parenting time recommendations are requested, it is a CCE. 3. Relocation being a more complicated matter is a CCE. 4. Two or fewer specific custody factors, as long as custody and detailed parenting time recommendations are not involved, is an LFA.
Suggested Reading Expanding Forensically Informed Evaluations and Therapeutic Interventions in Family Court, Lynne Kenney Markan and David K. Weinstock, Family Court Review, Vol. 43 No. 3, July 2005, 466-480. The Treating Expert: A Hybrid Role with Firm Boundaries, Lyn R. Greenberg and Jonathan Gould, Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 2001, Vol. 32, No. 5, 469-478.
Suggested Reading Irreconcilable Conflict Between Therapeutic and Forensic Roles, Stuart A. Greenberg and Daniel W. Shuman, Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 1997, Vol. 28, No. 1, 50-57. Children Resisting Postseparation Contact With a Parent: Concepts, Controversies, and Conundrums, Barbara Jo Fidler and Nicholas Bala, Family Court Review, Vol. 48, No. 1, January 2010, 10-47.
Online/ AFCC Resources www.afccnet.org/resources/standards_practice.asp www.afccnet.org/pdfs/Guidelines%20for%20Court%20Invol ved%20Therapy%20AFCC.pdf Special Alienation issue of Family Court Review, July 2010