APFM Webinar Series: Special Needs Children in Mediation Cases

About the Webinar This webinar explores, describes in detail, then offers specific strategies for crafting the unique, developmentally-sensitive Parenting Plans needed for the significantly increased population of young children presenting in divorce mediation cases with a variety of special needs,…

APFM Webinar Series: Special Needs Children in Mediation Cases

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About the Webinar
This webinar explores, describes in detail, then offers specific strategies for crafting the unique, developmentally-sensitive Parenting Plans needed for the significantly increased population of young children presenting in divorce mediation cases with a variety of special needs, including acute, life-threatening medical conditions, (e.g. asthma, diabetes, food allergies), chronic neuro-developmental disorders, (e.g. Autism Spectrum Disorder, learning disabilities), and psychological and behavioral syndromes (e.g. anxiety, conduct disorders, difficult temperaments).

About Donald T. Saposnek
Donald T. Saposnek, Ph.D., is a clinical-child psychologist and family therapist in practice since 1971, a child-custody mediator and national and international trainer and consultant since1977, and a Founding Board Member of APFM. He serves on the editorial boards of several international journals of conflict resolution, is Editor-in-Chief of APFM’s publications, and has published extensively in the professional literature on families, children, divorce and mediation. He is the author of Mediating Child Custody Disputes: A Strategic Approach, and co-author of Splitting America: How Politicians, Super Pacs and the News Media Mirror High Conflict Divorce. He has taught on the Psychology Faculty at the University of California, Santa Cruz for 41 years, and is an Adjunct Professor at Pepperdine University School of Law, Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution since 2009.

Recorded March 28, 2019

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