1. Counsels concerned parties and mediates a variety of child custody and visitation disputes.
2. Utilizes interview assessment and testing procedures that are consistent with generally accepted clinical, forsenic, scientific, diagnostic or medical standards.
3. Investigates and evaluates cases by interviewing clients, inspecting residence, interpreting psychological data and assessing potential risks of physical and sexual abuse, drug and alcohol abuse, criminal history, domestic violence and related factors.
4. Prepares and organizes investigative data and evidence and makes recommendations to the court regarding guardian/custodial arrangements in the best interest of the child.
5. Prepares a wide variety of reports, correspondence, depositions and court testimony on cases.
6. Conducts case consultation with other staff, supervisor, family law judges and community resources.
7. In response to an immediate crisis, analyzes and assesses potential risk to the child and provides re