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Lori Love, Ph.D., Judge Margo Lewis Hoy (Retired), and Sandra Mayberry, CFLS

2023 IPV Update

altCourse: 2023 IPV Update

altInstructor: Lori A. Love, Ph.D., Judge Margo Lewis Hoy (Retired), and Sandra Mayberry, CFLS

alt Approved for 4.0 Hours of CE Credit

altFulfills License Requirements

Lori Love Margo Lewis Hoy Biosandra mayberry bio

Program Description:

Participants will be provided with updated information regarding working with Parent Child Contact Problems (PCCP) within the context IPV. They will understand the dynamic of parental alienation (PA) as a form of coercive control. Participants will learn about the current trends occurring as methods of coercive control. Participants will learn from Retired Superior Court Judge Margo Lewis Hoy on how mental health professionals can assist the court in working with families with (PCCPs) and IPV. Participants shall be updated by Sandra Mayberry, CFLS on the status of Kayden’s Law and how it may impact current practices.


Goals & Objectives:

At the conclusion of this activity, participants will be able to:

  1. Identify noteworthy issues regarding working with families who have experienced IPV in family court.
  2. Describe different modalities for intervening with the families with whom they work who are experiencing Parent Child Contact Problems (PCCPs), Family Violence (FV), & Parental Alienation (PA).
  3. Give examples of the multiple effects of a variety of behaviors that impact the entire family system.
  4. Apply the current status of Kayden’s Law into their current work with families.

Registration Information



CE Approval Information

  • The Steve Frankel Group, LLC is approved by the American Psychological Association (APA) to sponsor continuing education for Psychologists. This course is also approved by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS) for its licentiates' CE license renewal requirements.
  • Pursuant to California Rules of Court, rules 5.225(d)(1), (2), (3) ,(4b,d), (5) ,(6), (9), (13), (14), (15) ,(20), (21), the outline or agenda submitted satisfies the requirements of the rule for 4 hours toward initial 40 hours evaluator training, and annual 4 hours of evaluator continuing education.