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LPC, NCPC, PIT
106 MISSION COURT SUITE 603B FRANKLIN, TENNESSEE
Forensic Interviewing and Fact Witness
Divorce proceedings often necessitates the therapist to testify in child custody cases. More egregious, high conflict cases often times require a higher degree of examination to obtain information that will either corroborate or refute allegations or suspicions of abuse and/or neglect.
The forensic interviewing process includes interviewing (the child(ren), parent(s), medical and mental health professionals, and teachers), reviewing (emails, texts and relevant literature), and ultimately producing a finding of fact that yields the evidence needed for a judge to make a fact-based determination about whether abuse or neglect has occurred.
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