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Become a Certified Advocate Today

Have you had trouble with being marginalized by the system?

Help others, and become a certified advocate today!

Are you a:

  • Attorney / Paralegal

  • Caregiver / Therapist

  • Social Worker

  • Parental Health Professional

  • Legal Professional

  • Human Resource Professional


Are you:

  • Troubled by the language of the courts?

  • Feeling isolated and misguided?

  • Emotionally challenged?

  • Unprepared and unheard?

  • Frustrated with the legal system?

Learn your rights, and become a Certified ADA Advocate

Help others navigate the system, and help them to learn what rights they have!

Advocate writing down information

I was ambushed.

I was not ready for the opposition to bully me.

I was not prepared for the opposition lawyer’s power games using verbal, attitudinal, and visual attacks.

Ethical obligations, psychological and physiological realities of persons with disabilities when under stress are emphasized. Participants learn recommendations for legal and social improvements needed to be in compliance with laws regarding civil rights, disability rights, and social responsibilities.

Required Textbook:  Unlocking Justice Book

Dr. Karin Huffer, Marriage and Family Therapist and Adjunct Professor of John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Dr. Karin Huffer is best known for coining the term legal abuse syndrome emanating from her observations in private practice in marriage and family therapy over a 40-year period. She observed through the years that patients involved in the legal system (litigation in particular) suffered from a traumatic stress preventing them from benefiting from therapy. Symptoms would allay for a short time and then recycle relating to their experiences in court.

“ADA Advocates help to make our adversarial judicial system fairer for those (over 75% of us) who become trapped in courts that more often than not listen only to the overly aggressive and corrupt lawyers who want to steal our homes, children, and liberties and don’t give the unrepresented litigant the time of day.” –Scott E. Stafne, Attorney


All Online All Inclusive Class

The ADA is a civil rights law that prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities in all areas of public life, including jobs, schools, transportation, and all public and private places that are open to the general public.
The ADA is divided into five titles (or sections) that relate to different areas of public life.
The ADAAA made a number of significant changes to the definition of “disability.” The changes in the definition of disability in the ADAAA apply to all titles of the ADA.
EAA’s advocate training, provided by Dr. Karin Huffer, clarifies and effectuates the rights of those living with invisible disabilities.  EAA’s court advocates are prepared to recognize and challenge legal abuses and the syndrome that can result from extreme stress. Their education includes the use of tools for, and information on, conducting functional disability assessments.  Classes prepare advocates to support litigants, and to design accommodations that offset their symptoms.  The jewel in this program is the incorporation of eight steps to maintain mental health to be incorporated at the beginning, during, and end of the litigation process.  Mental and physical endurance are paramount to life during and after the litigation experience.


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Unlocking Justice Book

Professor:  Dr. Karin Huffer, MFT
Class platform: Online using LearnDash

Required Textbook:  Unlocking Justice Book

Certification cost: $495.00

Duration: 18 hours total, At your own pace


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Your class advocate George will be standing by for further questions or concerns at 719-426-9711.


For further information about the course

  • Unlocking Justice book cost:  $39.95 on SALE NOW
  • Certification is available immediately after completion of the course.



Hardware requirements

  • A relatively new computer, laptop, or mobile device with the ability to record audio and video (PC, Android or Macintosh, less than three years old).
  • High speed Internet connection (cable modem, DSL, LAN, etc.)

Software requirements