Keynote Speaking – Are you afraid of being called crazy in court? Groundbreaking solutions are brought to audiences that fear or are dissatisfied with the civil and criminal justice system. Congress did something right. The ADAAA assures equal access to the court by using powerful federal mandates. All persons with disabilities are protected in civil and criminal proceedings against discrimination. This includes the traumatic stress that may be caused by protracted litigation.
Consultant and training for businesses, agencies, nonprofit groups, churches, law firms, Municipalities, schools, and others free consultation to establish needs, cost, and time- frame.
Consulting for U.S. Attorney’s Office and FBI establishing “FIRST” (Financial Institution Robbery Support Task Force) to assist victims of bank robberies (both customers and employees). Collaboration with FBI field agents developing methods from their Critical-incident Debriefing method and graphics for use with those under extreme stress with Complex PTSD from non-acute traumatic exposure. Consultant to Non-profit Victims of the system of Legal Victim Assistance Project, a project of Congressional District Programs, Inc. – registered 501c3 public charity.
Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center Continuing Medical Education, Regularly Scheduled Lecturer on PTSD and Legal Abuse Syndrome, granting CMEs for Physicians licensure. Participating physicians gained expanded skills in diagnosing PTSD, and awareness of their ethical role as to the ADA, and that chronic extreme stress such as litigation as well as acute traumatic incidences precipitating PTSD.
Dr. Huffer Fee Agreement and retainer information provided upon request
Opening new doors through technology.
Instructor in the areas of traumatic stress for Chapman College, La Salle University, and University of Las Vegas Nevada Extension Division. Training Manual for PTSD in the Courts with Ethics.
” I have trained to be a disability advocate for disabled people who need to go to court and therefore need accommodations. The person who trained me is Karin Huffer… The book that we used for training is called “Unlocking Justice” … She is a very good speaker. ”
– Nancy S. Erickson, Esq. New York
More than 200 presentations for peer review regarding treatment protocols, potential ethics violations, and inadvertent abuses of those with PTSD in our bureaucratic and legal systems.
Expert Witness testimony has met Daubert and Frye Standards serving clients in the states of Nevada, California, Michigan, Massachusetts, Alaska, Arizona, Alabama, New York, New Jersey, Colorado, Georgia, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Illinois, Wisconsin. Texas, Virginia, Illinois, Ohio, Oregon, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, and Florida. Clients also reach to the UK, Ireland, Australia and Canada.
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