Presentations

  • How attachment theory can (and can’t) guide custody decisions.  Presented at the State Bar of California’s Family Law Section Webinar.
  • "How Attachment Theory Can (and Cant) Guide Custody Decisions" October 10 2012
  • “Has the Pendulum Swung? Revisiting the Psychological Needs of the Child” – AFCC 49th Annual Conference, Chicago June 2012
  • "How Learning and Psychological Styles Affect Participation in Collaborative Divorce - Co-Parent Counseling in High Conflict Divorce"  San Francisco Family Law Bar  June 2011
  • "Brief Focused Evaluation" – AFCC‐ CA Annual Conference 2011
  • Substance Abuse and Child Custody Cases
  • Co-parent Counseling in High Conflict Divorce
  • Expert Witness: Master’s In Trial, American Board of Trial Advocates
  • Developmental Stages of a Child in Relationship to Time Share
  • Distinctions between Mediation and Special Master in Managing Parenting Conflicts
  • How to work as a Special Master
  • Working with High Conflict Families
  • Using an Expert to Prepare your Client for a Custody Evaluation
  • How to Read and Evaluate an Evaluation
  • Age Appropriate Schedules and Developmental Stages of Children
  • Jewish Family and Children’s Service “Etiology and Treatment" & “Jews and Addiction”