Teach the Parents Well:

Can We Save Families through Court-Ordered Behavioral Education?


             New York State Bar Association Annual Meeting, January 28, 2011


                                         Table of Contents


Program Announcement


Assessing Substance Abuse Questions in Child Custody Evaluations

            by Claude Schleuderer and Vicky Campagna


Small Amounts of Substance Use, Human Judgment and Parenting

            by Claude Schleuderer 


What’s Wrong With Court-Ordered Behavioral Education Programs?  Just About Everything

            by Peter J. Favaro


Problem Solving in Cases Involving Poor Visitation Compliance in Parents and Visitation Refusal in Children

            by Peter J. Favaro 


Domestic Violence:  The Need for Expanded Services for Abusive Partners

            by The Children’s Aid Society           


Bridging the Divide Between Child Welfare and Domestic Violence Services:  Deconstructing the Change Process

            by Kerry Moles


Selected Bibliography:  Child Custody Evaluators and Other Mental Health Court Appointees

            by Nancy S. Erickson 


Use of the MMPI-2 in Child Custody Evaluations Involving Battered Women:  What Does Psychological Research Tell Us?

            by Nancy S. Erickson  


Supervised Visitation:  What Courts Should Know When Working with Supervised Visitation Programs

            by Center for Court Innovation 


Custody, Domestic Violence, and a Child’s Preference

            by Judith M. Reichler and Nancy S. Erickson 


Wissink v. Wissink, 301 A.D.2d 36 (2d Dep’t 2002)


Statutes Relevant to Dispositional Provisions for Parents


Court Rules Relevant to Dispositional Provisions for Parents


Cases on Ordering Therapy etc. in Custody and Visitation Matters


Speaker Biographies:


Nancy S. Erickson, Esq.

Peter J. Favaro, Ph.D.

Kerry Moles, LMSW

George E. Reed, Jr., Esq.

Claude Schleuderer, Ph.D.

Prof. Merril Sobie

Eileen C. Treacy, Ph.D.

Jeffrey P. Wittmann, Ph.D.


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Last updated January 27, 2011


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