July 29th, 2021
Joshua Bardavid, Esq. and Jelisaveta Sanja Rolovic, Ph.D. continue our exciting webinar series with a presentation titled, "Immigration Basics: A Roadmap to a Collaboration Between Lawyers and Family Therapists".
Undocumented immigrants, unaccompanied minors, refugees and asylum seekers and their families are among the most vulnerable populations in our legal system.
Often, asylum seekers, other immigrants and their families require a psychological evaluation in support of their immigration applications in the United States. The report, which can take virtually any form, is usually requested by a lawyer or accredited immigrant support organization. It most likely will be used in court or presented to the Department of Homeland Security.
Our hope is that this webinar will encourage AFTA members to devote their time and expertise in taking on this worthy task of helping families and advancing the cause of social justice.
Thursday, July 29, 2021
3:30 pm PST/5:30 pm CST/6:30pm EST
The webinar will be 75 min. – 45 minutes for the presentation and 30 minutes for Q&A
$15.00 for non-members
Free to AFTA members
We also welcome donations from participants which will go towards supporting AFTA and its mission.
*no refunds will be issued for cancellations
About AFTA Webinars
A webinar session will typically last for 75 minutes, which includes 45 minutes presentation and 30 minutes discussion and Q&A. These webinars will be hosted through AFTA’s Zoom platform and conducted live.
Using the webinar proposal submission form, provide information regarding your topic, the title, name of presenters, and a brief description of your presentation. Scheduling will be done on a first-come, first-serve basis and is dependent on availability. For selected proposals, we will do our best to accommodate your preferred month.
Congruent to AFTA’s social justice and equity mission, potential topics may include:
- Transformative practices
- Innovation in family therapy
- Promoting health, safety and well-being of all families and communities
- Advocacy and systemic policy
- Social justice and equity
- Research in family therapy and allied fields
- Professional education and training
Webinar proposals must be submitted by using the form below. Eligible webinars will be reviewed by AFTA, and responses will be communicated via email from the AFTA Office. We are assessing the feasibility of providing CEUs for webinars, and at the moment we will not be offering any CEUs. Any updates to this will be communicated to the membership.