Forensic Interviewing Children with Disabilities is an eight-part webinar series designed to assist interviewers in advancing their skills of interviewing children with disabilities in the most developmentally appropriate, non-leading, non-suggestive, legally defensible way possible. Participants who complete each of the eight modules in the series will receive a certificate indicating participation and completion of the program. It is required to complete all eight modules to receive this certificate. Certificates will not be issued for individual modules.
All sessions (February 1, 15; March 1, 15, 29; April 12, 26; May 10) will take place from 10:00 am to 11:30 pm ET on Tuesdays. The program will take place remotely through the use of live interactive webinars over Zoom.
APSAC is recognized as a provider of psychology and social work continuing education credits. Participating psychologists and social workers will receive 12 contact hours in the course and a certificate of completion will clearly note the number of credits awarded. Participants applying for CE credits must participate in all 8 sessions. The cost of continuing education credits is $40 for the entire course. For more information on Continuing Education Credit, Click Here.