Overcoming Parent Child Contact Problems

Author: Abigail M. Judge
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0190861983
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The MMPI-2 in high conflict child custody cases. American Journal of Forensic
Psychology, 30(3), 21–34. Simon, R., & Stahl, P. (2013). Forensic psychology
consultation in child custody litigation: A handbook for work product review, case
preparation and expert testimony. New York, NY: American Bar Association
Section of Family Law. Sullivan, M. J. (2004). Ethical, legal and professional
practice issues involved in acting as a parenting coordinator in child custody
cases. Family Court ...

Parenting After Divorce

Author: Philip Michael Stahl
Publisher: Impact Publishers
ISBN: 9781886230842
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"Parents argue a lot before a divorce," says Dr. Stahl. "If they continue to argue after the divorce, their children will suffer.

Handbook Of Forensic Mental Health With Victims And Offenders

Author: David W. Springer, PhD, LCSW
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company
ISBN: 9780826101136
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unprepared practitioner. Forensic social work is truly one of the artistic and
scientific aspects of practice that requires discipline, skill, and preparation. ... No
professional wants to see a parent's rights terminated, and in this case, the expert
in one of the considerations offered as part of the expert report and oral testimony
advocated for an open adoption, which the preadoptive parents agreed to. In this
case the expert ... Practice parameters for child custody evaluation. Journal of the
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Science And Technology Annual Reference Review

Author: H. Robert Malinowsky
Publisher: Oryx Pr
ISBN:
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Forensic psychology, "the professional practice of psychology within or in
consultation with a legal system that embraces both criminal and civil law," has
become, within a relatively short time, an important specialty in psychology. It
seems that more often than not, psychologists are being asked for their
professional opinions on issues with regards to jurisprudence and litigation, such
as child custody, eyewitness testimony, probation, parole, competency to stand
trial, among others.