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Child Custody & Parenting Plan Recommendations
Child Custody & Parenting Plan Recommendations

CE Post-Test
Psychologist CEs, Counselor CEUs, Social Worker CEUs, MFT CEUs


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1. What is parenting plan?
2. What is the primary purpose of both mediation and child custody recommending counseling?
3. What must be discussed in the orientation process for mediation in child custody and domestic violence cases?
4. What is the requirement to have an effective and accurate evaluation?
5. What is the most dangerous time for a victim?
6. Why is it important to look further than who hass done what to whom, in the screen for domestic abuse?
7. Why can Parenting time be every bit as important as child support?


A. Limitations on confidentiality and disclosures about interviews with children.
B. Describes how the parents will Divide their responsibilites for taking care of their child.
C. We find that virtually any behavior can either be used by a person to survive abuse or be used by a person to establish power over another.
D. Shared parenting time may affect child support payments. The custodial parent does not have the right to withhold parenting time and the noncustodial parent has an obligation to pay child support regardless of parenting time issues. Child support is intended for the child’s economic needs and parenting time for the emotional needs.
E. When the abuser becomes aware that the victim has decided to leave the relationship.
F. To facilitate the parties’ own decision making and to help the parties resolve their issues.
G. Knowledge of all relevant facts.

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