Forensic Psychiatric Evaluation of Emotional Distress Claims in Employment Discrimination Cases
1.0 CLE (Including .5 Ethics)
Forensic Psychiatric Evaluation of Emotional Distress Claims in Employment Discrimination Cases: Using Psychiatric Experts Wisely
Psychiatric expert Dr. Stuart Kleinman, presents Forensic Psychiatric Evaluation of Emotional Distress Claims in Employment Discrimination Cases: Using Psychiatric Experts Wisely, for all legal professionals. During this presentation, Dr. Kleinman discussed:
- Assessment of emotional distress
- The reasonable person
- Malingering and misattribution
- Advanced issues
- Psychological tests
- Assistance with investigations
- Legal bases for damage claims
Stuart Kleinman, M.D. is a psychiatrist certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in psychiatry and forensic psychiatry, and is an associate clinical professor of psychiatry at the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. Dr. Kleinman possesses specialized expertise in the field of traumatic stress. He has served as medical director of the crime victims center, where he oversaw the treatment of those suffering from the psychological consequences of trauma, and as an independent consultant both to the New York State Crime Victims Board, determining the role of criminal victimization in producing evaluee psychological difficulties, and to the Queens District Attorney’s Special Victims Bureau assisting in determining the psychological safety of children testifying in the presence of their alleged abusers. Dr. Kleinman’s longtime experience working with those who have suffered serious assaults and threats provides him with a deep, nuanced appreciation of PTSD and the use and misuse of this diagnosis.
Program Includes: Video & PowerPoint
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Continuing Legal Education Credit (CLE)
Program Name: Forensic Psychiatric Evaluation of Emotional Distress Claims in Employment Discrimination Cases
NALA CP or ACP: As part of the 2020 Paralegals Cruise Event sponsored by Perfectly Paralegal Consulting, this individual program is approved for 1 CLE credit including 0.5 ethics CLE credit and 0 non-substantive credit.
Florida Bar FRP: As approved by NALA, this seminar meets the requirements under Rule 20-6.1 of the Rules Regulating The Florida Bar for 1 general hours of continuing legal education credit (including 0.5 ethics hours and 0 technology hours) required to maintain the FRP credential.
NFPA RP® or CRP™: NFPA accepts CLE hours which bears the accreditation of NALA on the certificate of attendance.
North Carolina: This program has been approved by The North Carolina State Bar, Board of Paralegal Certification, for 1 CLE credit including 0.5 ethics CLE credit and 1 general CLE credit. This approval is good for 12 months from the date of initial presentation and expires on April 30, 2021.
South Carolina: This program has been approved for South Carolina Certified Paralegals for 1 CLE credit including 0.5 ethics CLE credit and 1 general CLE credit.
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