Event date: 8/17/2021 Export event
Mark Wills
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Immigration Evaluations: Making a Powerful Impact While Creating a Thriving Practice

NASW New Jersey

Noon-1 p.m. ET

Few therapists realize that by providing assessments for immigration legal cases, we can help families stay together and help refugees get asylum. Plus, with reliable referral streams from immigration lawyers, therapists can also create sustainable practices. There’s a huge need for these mental health assessments, and it’s surprisingly easy to get started. There’s no need to have a doctorate, be bilingual, or have any specialized experience. With the right training, therapists can learn how to apply their skills to the unique needs of immigration cases. This webinar outlines the steps a therapist can take to make a powerful difference in the lives of immigrants, while creating a thriving and meaningful private practice.

Learning objectives for the presentation. By the end of the presentation, participants will be able to:
  1. Identify the three most common types of immigration cases.
  2. Understand how a clinical evaluation can provide evidence for an immigration case.
  3. Identify basic differences between an asylum case and an extreme hardship case.
  4. Identify potential benefits to adding immigration evaluations to private practice work.
  5. Identify ways to get started providing immigration evaluations.
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