Family Law University


Experienced faculty will address all areas of mental health issues associated with family law matters. The aim is to address not only mental health challenges facing clients and opposing parties, but also those related to minor children and the attorneys themselves.

Topics will include:
Coercive Control: Why They Stay; A Therapeutic Model to Reduce Anxiety and the Effects of Trauma for Children of Separated Families; Trauma to Go: Bringing Your Work & Stress Home; Identifying and Addressing Mental Health Issues in Clients; Inter Partner Violence & Mediation; and Treatment Monitors.

Coercive Control: Why They Stay
Lin Delaney, Esq., Delaney Stafford LLC

Trauma to Go: Bringing Your Work and Stress Home
Samantha P. Rodier, Esq., Rodier Family Law, P.A.
Paul Berman, Ph.D., Berman & Killeen, PA

Inter Partner Violence and Mediation
Deena Hausner, Esq., and Luann Edwards, Esq., House of Ruth

Identifying and Addressing Mental Health Issues in Clients
Lorraine M.B. Prete, Esq., Kaslick & Prete, LLC
Dr. Rebecca Snyder

Treatment Monitors – What are they? Who are they? When should you consider using one?
Rebecca A. Fleming, Esq., Turnbull, Nicholson & Sanders

Course Level
Professional Area of Focus
Family Law
General Practice
CLE Field of Study
Continuing Education Legal Credit
Linda Delaney Samantha Rodier Paul Berman Deena Hausner Luann Edwards Lorraine Prete Rebecca Snyder Rebecca Fleming
Event Information
Available 24/7
Total CLE Credits


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