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Alcohol Monitoring, Best Practices that Lead to Success
This course is designed to give Family Law Professionals specific knowledge on how to manage cases that involves one or both parents being accused of abusing alcohol while parenting child(ren). The presentation will start with first-hand examples that document Chris’s knowledge and understanding of the dynamics involved with successful parenting when Alcohol Use Disorder is presented. This course explores the facts around the disease of Alcohol Use Disorder and how it plays into developing parenting plans around child custody decisions and safety. Lastly, consequences will be discussed for non-compliant behavior that maintain parent involvement while keeping the child safe. Ultimately the attendees will leave with an enriched knowledge base of how to implement new technology that meets specific goals of parenting and child safety while maintaining the Best Interest of the Child.

Please note: The content of this program does not meet requirements for continuing legal education (CLE) accreditation. You will not receive CLE credit for watching.

This webinar is produced in connection with the sponsorship agreement between Soberlink and the ABA.

Jun 29, 2021 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Chris Beck
VP of Business Development Family Law @Soberlink
Chris Beck is the VP of Family Law Business Development for Soberlink Healthcare, in addition to ad campaign creation and placement, Chris works with Family Law Judges, Attorneys and Health Care Professionals across the country to educate them on Soberlink’s modern approach to alcohol monitoring for Child Custody Cases. Chris and his wife Sheila are Foster Parents. The experience continues to strengthen his family values and advocacy for children. In May, Chris and Sheila welcomed another baby to the family which brings the total to 5 kids. Chris spent nearly 2 decades working for Cleveland Golf/Srixon in executive marketing and product development roles. The last 5yrs he led the Srixon Golf Brand in North America and grew market share by over 200%. He developed a winning campaign that grew awareness and won a sports marketing CLIO award in advertising for short film format. Chris holds a BA in Psychology from the University of California Irvine with an emphasis in child psychology.