Humans struggle with managing complex information, and there is little in law and psychology that is more complex than high conflict divorce. When engaging with individual family members, we are likely to have an instant reaction to what we see and hear. Additionally, when trying to understand family complexities, we are at risk of over-simplifying the material, limiting the information to a single story or engaging in heuristics such as anchoring or confirmatory bias. This webinar will address these potential influences with a focus on reducing their impact.
Presenter: Philip Stahl, PhD, ABBP is a forensic psychologist living in Maricopy County, AZ, who provides consultation and expert witness testimony on child custody litigation throughout the U.S.
Member Registration: $15, Certificate of Attendance: $15
Non-Member Registration: $50, Certificate of Attendance: $20
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