On Wednesday, May 10, the Vincent J. Fontana Center for Child Protection in NY is offering a FREE webinar entitled: 
Assessing False Allegations of Child Sexual Abuse and Issues Regarding Recantation
Date & Time: Wednesday, May 10, 2023 from 12:00 pm- 1:00 pm ET
Workshop Description: This workshop will explore the process of analyzing whether allegations of child sexual abuse are false. Issues regarding recantation will also be addressed.
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AnchorLawrence Jay Braunstein, J.D. is a partner in the law firm of Braunstein & Zuckerman, Esqs, in White Plains, New York. His practice includes the areas of Matrimonial and Family Law and related civil and criminal litigation. Since 1985 he has specifically focused his practice in the areas of child custody litigation and litigation involving allegations of child sexual abuse, physical abuse and abusive head trauma (shaken baby) in matrimonial, family and criminal cases. He regularly lectures as an invited speaker, both nationally and internationally, in the areas of child sexual abuse, physical abuse and shaken baby, child custody litigation, expert witness testimony, courtroom psychology, trial procedures, and on various other criminal, family and matrimonial law topics to judges, attorneys, medical and mental health professionals, law enforcement personnel (State and Federal), prosecutors (State and Federal), and child protection service personnel. Since 1999 he has served on the faculty of the New York City Police Department Sex Crimes and Child Abuse Investigation Course and, since 2014, on the faculty of the New York City Police Department Homicide Investigator Course.
Anne H. Meltzer, Psy.D. is a forensic psychologist who is one of the leading experts in the New York City area on child sexual abuse matters. Dr. Meltzer has evaluated thousands of children alleged to have been sexually abused. These evaluations are conducted primarily for Family Court matters in New York City and the greater New York area.  She has testified in over 500 cases for both Family Court and Criminal/Supreme Court where she serves as an expert witness. Dr. Meltzer has written articles and lectured extensively about forensic interviewing of children in sexual abuse cases, child witnesses to domestic violence, testifying as an expert witness, and cultural competence in child interviewing. 
General Admission: Free
CE Credit: 1 NY CE credit for psychology, social work, or mental health counseling is available.
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