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Monday Morning Moments: High Conflict Family Law Cases and the Nervous System

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Monday Morning Moments: High Conflict Family Law Cases and the Nervous System

Presented by Dr. Rebecca Bailey

Sponsored by OurFamilyWizard

Monday, November 13, 2023

8 a.m. PDT / 11 a.m. EDT

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Monday Morning Moments is the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges’ wellness webinar series for court professionals. Catch a new webinar on Monday, November 13, at 8:00 a.m. PDT as Dr. Rebecca Bailey presents High Conflict Family Law Cases and the Nervous System.

Each monthly webinar is brought to you FREE of charge.

High conflict cases in the courtroom, by their nature, require judicial officers to have a flexible nervous system. When the impact of multiple nervous systems fueling dueling agendas is taken into consideration, it can become easier to manage the complexities in the room. Ideally, participants will have attended Dr. Bailey’s October 9 session on polyvagal principles. However, the principles of polyvagal concepts will be reintroduced and explained briefly.

Rebecca Bailey, Ph.D. is a leading family psychologist and equestrian who has become a world-renowned professional teacher, speaker, author, and entrepreneur. She is a pioneer in the field of animal-assisted therapy and system-based interventions.

She is the founder of Transitioning Families, a group of independently licensed mental health practitioners dedicated to Dr. Bailey’s innovative ideas for helping families through crisis and difficult change. She is best known for her work with survivors of non-familial abduction and complex trauma, and is on the advisory board of the JAYC foundation. Together with two colleagues, she created an innovative model utilizing horses and humans to help teach and educate judges, police officers, therapists and other professionals about compassion, kindness, and connection. She believes that understanding the interaction between the nervous system and our thoughts and actions is key to compassionately responding to and addressing the complexities of today’s societal demands. She has appeared on numerous network shows including Andersen Cooper and ABC’s 20/20.