Therapists in Court
A ONE DAY WORKSHOP
Roger Murray is a partner and the head of the medical negligence unit of Callan Tansey Solicitors in Sligo, the largest legal firm in Connaught.
He holds a gold medal from UCD Law School, and has lectured extensively with the Law Society in Dublin and Cork, giving talks to solicitors and trainees on matters pertaining to law and healthcare. Roger has represented clients at inquests from Limerick to Belfast and gets referrals from patients nationwide. He has acted in many landmark cases, and has handled some of the largest awards given by Irish courts.
A review on this workshop can be found in Éisteach, The Irish Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy. (Vol 15, Issue 4, Winter 2015)
ROGER WILL PRESENT THIS WORK SHOP ON
CPD Hours 6 and Attendance Certificates will be issued on the day.
Many counsellors and psychotherapists fear the court system and what happens when you find yourself caught in the legal arena through your work as a therapist.
This workshop will focus on note taking from our sessions with clients and how these notes can become so important in writing a report for presentation within the court system.
We will explore how to prepare and present in court and attention will focus on child protection issues. The mode of delivery will include a variety of teaching methods to include experiential work of a court setting where participants will have the opportunity to role play different relevant scenarios.