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Mental Health Legal Issues for the Higher Ed Campus: Clarifying Fact from Fiction

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September 15, 2022


A lecture and discussion by Carolyn Reinach Wolf, Esq.


Hosted by Farmingdale State College Campus Mental Health Services, in conjunction with the Office of the President.


Thursday, September 15, 2022 at 11:00 a.m. in the Campus Center Ballroom.


Ms. Wolf’s talk is open to the campus and may be of particular interest to the faculty, Student Affairs, Health Services staff as well as advisement and opportunity program professionals. This is a remarkable opportunity to learn more about topics that are of increasing importance in higher education. We expect Ms. Wolf to address liability issues within scope of practice and the nuts and bolts of mental health legal options for students at risk.


Carolyn Reinach Wolf is an Executive Partner at Abrams Fensterman, LLP and Director of the firm’s unique Mental Health Law Practice. She is the only attorney in the country with a family-focused mental health care practice supported by a team of expert clinicians specializing in the legal issues that impact loved ones with serious mental illness and/or substance abuse issues. She also represents major hospital systems, community hospitals, skilled nursing facilities and outpatient programs.


In 2013, The New York Times Sunday edition featured a story on Ms. Wolf titled “A Guide in the Darkness.” She is a frequently invited speaker and consultant to healthcare organizations, as well as institutions of higher education and professional associations regarding mental health law and related topics.

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