Mandated Reporting Case Consultations
Need advice on a difficult case? Schedule a case consultation with Dr. Kathryn Krase to help you figure out your obligations.
Please note, Dr. Krase does not provide legal advice. During this consultation time, she will help you evaluate the legal standards that you need to consider when determining whether you are obligated to make a report to child protective services in the particular case. Dr. Krase will NOT tell you whether you should, or should not, call child protective services.
Dr. Krase charges $100 per hour for these consultations. She accepts Venmo, PayPal, Zelle, or checks payable to "Krase Consulting".
You can fill out the form below to get started, or alternatively send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why Might You Consider a Case Consultation?
You should consider a case consultation with Dr. Kathryn Krase when you are unsure about your obligations as a mandated reporter. There are many reasons you may be unsure about your obligations as a mandated reporter of child abuse and neglect:
You might not know the definitions of child abuse and neglect in your state;
You might not understand your legal obligations to report suspected child abuse and maltreatment;
You might be concerned about the impact a report to child protective services might have on the family/child you would be reporting; and/or
You might be concerned about the impact a report to child protective services might have on your relationship with the family/child you would be reporting.
Dr. Krase is an expert in the reporting of suspected child abuse and maltreatment. Over the past twenty years, she has trained tens of thousands of medical professionals, mental health professionals, educational professionals, child care professionals, social service professionals, and others, on their legal obligations. She prides herself in providing professionals with the knowledge and skills they need to make the appropriate decision that supports families, protects children, and ensures professional autonomy.