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May 3, 2024 – Harvard Club of New York

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Plenary Session

On a scale of 1-5, with 1 being Strongly Disagree and 5 being Strongly Agree, I agree with the following statement after attending the Plenary Session:
"I am able to apply the research relevant to the practice of family dispute resolution in my practice with separated couples.
1-Strongly Disagree2345-Strongly Agree
1-Strongly Disagree
2
3
4
5-Strongly Agree
Please rate the Plenary Presenter as follows - Marsha Kline Pruett, Ph.D.
PoorExcellent
Knowledge Expertise
Poor
Excellent
Teaching Ability
Poor
Excellent
Maintained My Interest
Poor
Excellent

For any any Break-Out session you attended, please complete the following:


Breakout Session 1 - Impact of Long Term Supervision on Parent-Child Relationships
On a scale of 1-5, with 1 being Strongly Disagree and 5 being Strongly Agree, I agree with the following statement after attending Break Out Session #1:
"I am able to describe the positive and negative impact of long-term supervision on parent-child relationships."
1-Strongly Disagree2345 - Strongly Agree
1-Strongly Disagree
2
3
4
5 - Strongly Agree

Please rate the Break-Out Session #1 presenters as follows:

Bettina Thomsen, LCSW
PoorExcellent
Level of Knowledge & Expertise
Poor
Excellent
Teaching Ability
Poor
Excellent
Maintaining My Interest
Poor
Excellent
Virginia LoPreto, Esq.
PoorExcellent
Level of Knowledge & Expertise
Poor
Excellent
Teaching Ability
Poor
Excellent
Maintaining My Interest
Poor
Excellent
Hon. Michael Katz
PoorExcellent
Level of Knowledge & Expertise
Poor
Excellent
Teaching Ability
Poor
Excellent
Maintaining My Interest
Poor
Excellent

Breakout Session 2 - Child Custody: Differentiated Custody Interventions Based on Level of Conflict
On a scale of 1-5, with 1 being Strongly Disagree and 5 being Strongly Agree, I agree with the following statement after attending Break Out Session #2
" I am familiar with differentiated child custody interventions in the practice of family dispute resolution based on the level of parental conflict, and able to apply it to my practice with separated couples. "
1 - Strongly Disagree2345 - Strongly Agree
1 - Strongly Disagree
2
3
4
5 - Strongly Agree

Please rate the Break-Out Session #2 presenter as follows:

Marsha Kline Pruitt, Ph.D
PoorExcellent
Level of Knowledge & Expertise
Poor
Excellent
Teaching Ability
Poor
Excellent
Maintained My Interest
Poor
Excellent

Breakout Session 3 - A New Model for Parenting Coordinators & Substance Abuse Experts in High Conflict Cases
On a scale of 1-5, with 1 being Strongly Disagree and 5 being Strongly Agree, I agree with the following statement after attending Break Out Session #3
"I am able to to describe a model of parent coordination that is effective when there are concerns about one or both parents having substance use issues."
1 - Strongly Disagree2345 - Strongly Agree
1 - Strongly Disagree
2
3
4
5 - Strongly Agree

Please rate the Break-Out Session #3 presenters as follows:

Sara L. Weiss, Ed.D.
PoorExcellent
Level of Knowledge & Expertise
Poor
Excellent
Teaching Ability
Poor
Excellent
Maintained My Interest
Poor
Excellent
Hon. Kathleen Waterman-Marshall
PoorExcellent
Level of Knowledge & Expertise
Poor
Excellent
Teaching Ability
Poor
Excellent
Maintained My Interest
Poor
Excellent

Breakout Session 4 - Social Media Posts in the Forensic Report: Do You Like Them?
On a scale of 1-5, with 1 being Strongly Disagree and 5 being Strongly Agree, I agree with the following statement after attending Break Out Session #4
"I am able to apply the forensic model to gathering and interpreting social media data."
1 - Strongly Disagree2345 - Strongly Agree
1 - Strongly Disagree
2
3
4
5 - Strongly Agree

Please rate the Break-Out Session #4 presenters as follows:

Adam J. Wolff, Esq.
PoorExcellent
Level of Knowledge & Expertise
Poor
Excellent
Teaching Ability
Poor
Excellent
Maintaining My Interest
Poor
Excellent
Chris Mulchay, Ph.D.
PoorExcellent
Level of Knowledge & Expertise
Poor
Excellent
Teaching Ability
Poor
Excellent
Maintaining My Interest
Poor
Excellent

Breakout Session 5 - Gaming, Texting, Social Media: Blurred Parental Access Time
On a scale of 1-5, with 1 being Strongly Disagree and 5 being Strongly Agree, I agree with the following statement after attending Break Out Session #5
"I am able to identify and explain the psychological effects that social media and digital communication have on children and parents post-divorce, and formulate and apply strategies for advising families."
1 - Strongly Disagree2345 - Strongly Agree
1 - Strongly Disagree
2
3
4
5 - Strongly Agree

Please rate the Break-Out Session #5 presenters as follows:

Hon. Victor Grossman, J.S.C.
PoorExcellent
Level of Knowledge & Expertise
Poor
Excellent
Teaching Ability
Poor
Excellent
Maintaining My Interest
Poor
Excellent
Karey L. O'Hara, Ph.D.
PoorExcellent
Level of Knowledge & Expertise
Poor
Excellent
Teaching Ability
Poor
Excellent
Maintaining My Interest
Poor
Excellent
Simon Ragona III, CCE
PoorExcellent
Level of Knowledge & Expertise
Poor
Excellent
Teaching Ability
Poor
Excellent
Maintaining My Interest
Poor
Excellent
Sylvia Goldschmidt, Esq.
PoorExcellent
Level of Knowledge & Expertise
Poor
Excellent
Teaching Ability
Poor
Excellent
Maintaining My Interest
Poor
Excellent

General Questions

How useful was the content of this program for your practice or other professional development
1 - Not Useful2345 - Very Useful
1 - Not Useful
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3
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5 - Very Useful
How much did you learn as a result of this program?
1 - Very Little2345 - A Great Deal
1 - Very Little
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5 - A Great Deal