For many asylum seekers and others in removal proceedings, forensic psychological evaluations are essential to proving their credibility and addressing the impact of trauma-related and other mental health conditions on their testimony. This training is for mental health professionals interested in helping asylum seekers and others facing deportation to obtain these essential evalutions. No previous evaluation experience required.
The Advocates for Human Rights' staff and mental health professionals experienced in offering forensic psychological evaluations will cover the basics of asylum law and procedure and will outline best practices and tips for performing these evalutions.
Date: Tuesday, March 26, 2019
Time: 5:30-8:00 p.m.
Location: University of Minnesota Medical Center - Riverside Corporate Building, Heritage Room, 2312 S. 6th St., Minneapolis
Parking and Directions: Enter the West Building lobby door (not Adult ER), turn right. Go past the Valet Parking desk, past the elevators situated on your left. Take the first left past the elevators and look UP - you'll see the door to the Corporate Building. Go down one small flight of steps, out the door, and through the courtyard to enter the Corporate Building. Once inside, turn right to the end of the hall.
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