High Conflict and Parenting: Science, Practice and Implications for GALs and PCs
Keynote: William Fabricius, Ph.D., Arizona State University
- Learn about the science of conflict and the impact of conflict on children.
- Become familiar with the benefits and limitations of shared parenting in divorce.
- Be able to apply the knowledge of conflict and shared parenting to individual families.
Ned Holstein, M.D., Pat Brady, LMHC, LMFT
Mira Levitt, Ph.D., Robert Zibbell, Ph.D.
Hon. Christina Harms (Ret.)
Marsha Kline Pruett, M.S., Ph.D., M.S.L.
Hon. Patricia S. Gorman, Middlesex Probate and Family Court
Hon. Robert Langlois (Ret.)
Gayle Stone Turesky, Esq.
Marsha Kline Pruett, M.S., Ph.D., M.S.L., will join the MAGAL conference!
Dr. Kline Pruett was one of the reporters for the AFCC Think Tank on Shared Parenting, as published in the April 2014 edition of the Family Court Review – a balanced view of the issues – and will join our panel on Shared Parenting. Dr. Kline Pruett’s current research looks at family dynamics and development, both normative and non-normative, with a specialization in the promotion of healthy child and family development during life transitions, particularly those transitions related to adverse events or circumstances. Her clinical research incorporates preventive interventions, consultation, program design and evaluation. Another current area of Dr. Kline Pruett’s research and intervention concentrates on increasing father involvement with their children. The Supporting Father Involvement project aims to reduce child abuse and neglect and enhance family well-being through an intervention that encourages father involvement and couple co-parenting (among married and unmarried parents) in family resource centers.
7.0 credits for Psychologists and CPCS/CAFL; Social Work, MAMFT and MMCEP credits pending.
REGISTER NOW at: http://magalinc.org/event-2671423