THIS IS A ZOOM EVENT - Registration will close 48 hours before presentation.
Registrants must attend full session to receive 2 CEUs.
Not many therapists know about the amazing opportunities available in the field of immigration law. By providing evaluations for immigration legal cases, therapists can help immigrant families stay together and help refugees get asylum. Lawyers have a huge need for expert clinical assessments, and the field is wide open for therapists to get started. There's no need to be bilingual, have a doctorate or have specialized experience. It's easy for therapists to get the training and knowledge necessary to adapt their existing skills to the detailed structure of immigration cases.
In addition to being on the front lines of advocacy, this work allows therapist to develop reliable referral sources from immigration lawyers. By balancing pro bono work with clients in need, and full-fee work with wealthier immigrants, therapists can create reliable new streams of income.
Join the webinar to find out how clinical assessments can provide evidence for different types of immigration cases. And you'll see how assessments are often the deciding factor in whether families stay together or refugees get asylum. Plus you'll get an overview of how to create a sustainable practice by adding immigration evaluations, and how to get started if you'd like to move forward.
Read GEORGIA'S ARTICLE about how she got involved with immigration evaluation work.
INTERVIEW with Georgia King by Carol Adkisson, IE-CAMFT board president
Identify the three most common types of immigration cases.
Georgia King, LCSW is one of the leading therapists providing clinical evaluations for immigration cases. Over the past decade, she has provided assessments for hundreds of immigrants from around the world with an exceptionally high success rate. She regularly appears in court as an expert witness and has been a guest speaker at Georgetown Law School and the Smith College School for Social Work. Ms. King is also at the forefront of training therapists, and since founding The Immigration Evaluation Training Center in 2017, she has had the opportunity to teach hundreds of therapists around the country how to provide expert evaluations and how to launch thriving businesses. She can be reached through her website www.TherapistImmigrationTraining.com.
Inland Empire Chapter of CAMFT is approved by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists to sponsor continuing education for IE-CAMFT. IE-CAMFT maintains responsibility for this program/course and its content. CEU Provider # 62278
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