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Developing Parenting Plans for the Developing Child: A Guide for Legal and Mental Health Professionals presented by noted researcher, clinician, author, and trainer Marsh Kline Pruett, M.S., Ph.D., M.S.L.

Marsha Kline Pruett, Ph.D., M.S.L. is a psychologist with masters’ degrees in law and in education. She is the Maconda Brown O’Connor Professor at Smith College School for Social Work. She has twenty-five years of clinical experience with individuals, couples, families and children. Her expertise includes couples counseling and consultation, father involvement consultation, legal case development for attorneys, mediation, and collaborative divorce. Her scholarly works include numerous professional articles, curricula, chapters, and 3 books focused on couple and co-parental relationships, marriage, and divorce – including Partnership Parenting (2009) written with her husband. She is involved in research projects spanning supporting father involvement group interventions in the U.S. and Canada; the evaluation of online parenting programs; a global conflict resolution and peace building program; and the design and evaluation of model ADR programs that help families resolve disputes outside of the adversarial system. Her research on a model continuum of effective and cost-efficient co-parenting services in the Connecticut courts, father involvement, and parenting plans for young children earned her the Association of Family and Conciliation Court’s Stanley Cohen Award for Distinguished Research. She is the immediate past President of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts.

Dr. Kline Pruett will present to legal and mental health professionals on topics including:

  • Child development
  • Young children and decision making
  • Developmental issues and parenting plan considerations for all ages
  • Principles and considerations for a variety of situations including high conflict, adequate parents, unmarried, and special needs
  • When to do a STEP-UP parenting plan
  • Stability vs. Change - making ethical decisions in the context of best interest and child development
  • Discussion of recent Idaho case

*Attorney Cle's: Application for 6.5 CLE's Pending.

*Mental Health Professionals: 6.5 CEU's

*This program is designed to meet federal and state court guidelines for mediation training. Supreme Court application for 6.5 CEU's pending

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