When the Going Gets Tough

Educating. Innovating. Networking.

 

 

Founded in 2012, the Indiana Chapter of AFCC provides opportunities for members to share their interdisciplinary views on family court matters, network, and engage in continuing education.

The Association of Family and Conciliation Courts is the premier interdiscplinary and international association of professionals dedicated to the resolution of family conflict.

AFCC members are the leading practitioners, researchers, teachers and policymakers in the family court arena. It’s members are attorneys, social workers, psychologists, mediators, judges, magistrates, parenting coordinators, mental health professionals, and custody evaluators.

For more information about the international AFCC organization please visit www.afccnet.org.

Announcements

AFCC 61st Annual Conference

Coping With Transition: Individual, Family,

and Beyond

 

June 5 – 8, 2024

Boston, Massachusetts

Sheraton Boston Hotel

 

Call for committee members. Please contact the committee chair if would like to serve on one of our committees. Programming: Melanie Reichert ([email protected]) and Jennifer Hostetter ([email protected]). Membership: Lainie Hurwitz ([email protected]). Marketing: Kevin Byrd ([email protected]).

The 2024 Annual AFCC Indiana Conference will be held on October 25, 2024. Please save the date and our programming committee will get to work on another great conference. We will post new information as it develops.

Fundamentals of Conducting Parenting Plan Evaluations

A 28-hour online training program for professionals interested in parenting plan evaluations.

March 11-14, and March 18-20, 2024

Register and see program at: https://www.afccnet.org/Conferences-Training/AFCC-Training

This course will incorporate a complete overview of the parenting plan evaluation process, including:

·     Definition of the purpose and roles of the parenting plan evaluator

·     The difference between a forensic role and a clinical role

·     How to review court orders and determine what information should be obtained

·     Strategies for interviewing adults and children

·     How to review court orders and determine what information should be obtained

·     Strategies for interviewing adults and children where there are implications of intimate partner violence, resist-refuse dynamics, and implications of child maltreatment

Take a look at the training schedule for a complete agenda. Register today!