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This was the first webinar of the 2021 Spring Webinar Series titled Bridging Professional Communication. This is Part 1.
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Part 1 of this webinar discussed the importance of therapist and attorney communication and coordination early in a case. It also provided a description of different types of therapies and clinical information to help you choose the right steps to meet your client’s needs.
Speakers: Lindsey Ondrak, MA, LIMHP, LPC, and Tana Fye, JD
Lindsey Ondrak is a licensed independent mental health practictioner (LIMHP) and liscensed professional counselor (LPC) providing outpatient individual and family therapy with specialized training in trauma and attachment. She is the Early Childhood Mental Health Outreach and Training Specialist with the Nebraska Resource Project for Vulnerable Young Children. Lindsey is trained in Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP), Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), Trauma Focused Attachment Therapy/Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy (DPP), Theraplay (Level 1), Brainspotting, and Circle of Security Parenting (Facilitator), and the FAN model of Reflective Practice. In 2007, she received her master's degree (MA) in Community Counseling in Harrisonburg, VA.
Tana Fye, JD, was born and raised in the Black Hills of South Dakota. She attended The University of South Dakota, where she obtained Juris Doctor, Master of Public Administration, and Bachelor of Arts degrees. She resides in Holdrege, Nebraska and operates Fye Law Office, with offices in Holdrege and Kearney. She primarily practices in the areas of juvenile law (acting as both a Guardian ad Litem and representing parents) and criminal defense, but also handles other types of cases and legal matters as well. In addition to her private practice, Tana is also a Deputy Public Defender in Buffalo County. Tana contracts to provide legal assistance and training with the Nebraska Resource Project for Vulnerable Young Children.