You’ve been traumatized, and now you must face the person who traumatized you in court. Whether the case is divorce, child custody or some other litigation, you know that your opponent’s objective isn’t just to win the case. Your opponent will attempt to use legal procedures and the courts to crush you. How can you protect yourself?
Surviving Court When You’re Traumatized
Part 1: How to protect yourself when you’re facing a coercive controller
Monday, October 17, 2016 ”¢ 8-9 pm EDT ”¢ $25
Part 2: How the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) can support you
Tuesday, October 25, 2016 ”¢ 8-9 pm EDT ”¢ $25
In these webinars, Dr. Karin Huffer explains steps you can take to protect yourself before you even enter the courtroom. If you’ve been diagnosed with PTSD or other psychic injuries, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) offers you additional protections. Dr. Huffer explains how to use this federal law.