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Connecting with the Child and/or the Parents: Conducting the Initial Interviews

Learn about the three C’s for interviewing children, parents and collaterals: Confidentiality, Control & Camaraderie. Understand the delicate balancing act required in order to effectively connect with interviewees, and get tips for successfully conducting interviews in our "virtual world."
Credits: 0 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 0 MH/SA PR, 0.75 Other PR
SKU: P2001-20E-04
$60.00 or 0.75 credits
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Faculty:

Mary T. Doheny, Law Offices of Wessel & Doheny, Chicago

Expires: 9/1/2022

Faculty:

Mary T. Doheny, Law Offices of Wessel & Doheny, Chicago

Expires: 9/1/2022

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Program Date9/16/2020
Products specifications
Program Date9/16/2020
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