Date subject to change based on health guidelines related to COVID-19. Conference will be rescheduled if necessary.
A parenting coordinator helps resolve conflicts, which are always detrimental to the child or children involved. This is a court-ordered process that is not confidential, and has the best interest of the child at the center of every decision.
This conference will provide participants information, skills and tools to become a Parenting Coordinator. Although not a prerequisite for participation in the conference, mediation training is also required in order to become a Parenting Coordinator.
Six hours of Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits have been approved by the Oregon State Bar, including three hours of Access to Justice credits and three hours of General credits.
Charlene Sabin, MD
Charlene Sabin, MD is a Behavioral Pediatrician specializing in children’s and family’s emotional and mental health issues. She has had a long standing interest in the interface between mental health and legal issues , and she has worked as a Parenting Coordinator, custody evaluator and as a therapist helping families through the aftermath of divorce and high conflict family dynamics. She has had experience in providing continuing legal and medical education in the areas of identifying and reporting child abuse, and therapy for high conflict families, and provides ongoing consultation in these areas.
Cassandra L. Marshall, JD
Attorney at Law
Cassandra L. Marshall is an attorney with 38 years of experience litigating family law issues. She is now exclusively working with families who need parenting coordination and mediation. She has been an adjunct professor teaching family law, she teaches mediation to attorneys and therapists who would like to be family law mediators, and has been admitted to practice law in Oregon, Washington and Indiana.
Saturday, October 24th, 2020
5736 NE 33rd Ave
Portland, Oregon 97211
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