The Criminal, High School and College Discipline Process:
 
 
A Presentation for Mental Health Professionals
 
 
October 9, 2020| 9:00 AM EDT | via GoToWebinar
 
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Participants will earn 2 contact hours upon completion of the course.
 
 
When someone is facing serious, possible life-changing consequences from being arrested or for violating their High School or College's Code of Conduct, as a Mental Health Professional it is helpful to understand the situation and the process that the person you are working with is going through.

I am giving this presentation so Mental Health Professionals will have an understanding of the Criminal, High School, and College Discipline processes. I will detail what happens when someone gets in trouble in each of these systems from arrest or accusation until the matter is concluded. I will discuss processes, procedure, likely outcomes, and punishment, I hope to give all attendees a working knowledge of what the patient is experiencing. I will also discuss how, if it is needed, a Mental Health Professional can best support their patient in their quest to mediate their court case/punishment by providing insight into their mental health situation.

I will be discussing each topic for 30 minutes and after each topic is discussed I will take questions for 10 minutes and then move on to the next topic.

This is the third time I am giving this program. While there was no charge previously, I feel that there is an opportunity for us all to do some good. So, the cost will be $10.00 to attend and the whole amount will be donated to Long Island Cares, The Harry Chapin Food Bank. I hope with this donation we can bring some help to those of us that are most vulnerable in these unclear times.
 
THE CRIMINAL PROCESS
 
  • Arrest To Arraignment
  • What happens in court?
  • Criminal & Family Court
  • Types of Diversion Courts
  • How Mental Health Professionals can help when in Diversion court
  • When outside Diversion court
 
DISCIPLINE PROCESS IN COLLEGE
 
  • Greek Life – Drugs & Alcohol
  • Title IX Sex Offenses
  • Plagiarism & Academic Dishonesty
  • Hearings and Punishment
 
DISCIPLINE PROCESS IN HIGH SCHOOLS
 
  • Threats – Harassment
  • Drugs – Sexting
  • Hearings and Punishment
 
 
 
The Criminal, High School and College Discipline Process:
A Presentation for Mental Health Professionals

 
October 9, 2020 | 9:00 AM EDT | via GoToWebinar
 
 
Register Here
 
 
The Law Offices of Scott J. Limmer PLLC is recognized by the New York State Education Department's State Board for Social Work as an approved continuing education provider to LMSWs and LCSWs in New York State Provider Number: #SW-0579
 
You can contact Scott at Scott@LimmerLaw.com
 
 

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