Resources For Professionals
Below are just a few of the resources available for Professionals. If you are looking for something specific, please reach out to us and we will do our best to direct you to the most helpful resources.
Family Law and Litigation Support Services
Drs. Carter and Spellman, the Founders of NCPC, have been providing professionals and their clients with litigation consulting and expert witness services for over 25 years. We have been leaders in both the development of forensic services by mental health professionals as well as contributors to establishing practice guidelines, resources and oversight within our profession. NCPC continues to build on our stellar reputation for services to clients in the dispute resolution process with an unsurpassed reputation for accuracy and professionalism while maintaining the highest ethical standards. Because of our success and recognition, we frequently consult to law firms and are retained by the courts to serve as reviewers, consultants, and expert witnesses in cases involving complex family law matters.
Feel free to contact us for more information about our services.
Parenting Coordinator Mentorship
NCPC’s Parenting Coordinators have extensive experience in training Parenting Coordination and in the practice of PC. They adhere to national standards of practice and helped develop the ethical guidelines for Parenting Coordination. NCPC offers mentorship to those who are just entering the practice of Parenting Coordination and to those who want to enhance their skills. Mentorship is offered for individuals or small groups.
Mental Health Primer for Legal Professional
This workshop is designed for legal professionals who do not have training in essential mental health skills for Parenting Coordination work. An overview of the following areas will be presented: child development; importance of attachment; family systems theory and interventions; cognitive behavioral interventions; impact of divorce; parenting styles; personality disorders; and interventions when alienation and estrangement are present. Relevant research will be provided for additional reading and skill development.