By Pamela Garber | The philosophical tenet of mediation – understanding each person’s POV, forward/future thinking and the benefits of moving past the conflict, are integral parts of effective individual therapy.
By Rachel Birnbaum, Ph.D. and Denise Whitehead, Ph.D. | Getting Clients Through the Door highlights the different strategies used to educate families about the benefits of mediation services.
The Virtual World of Parent-Child Contact: Exploring the Views and Experiences of Children, Parents and Family Justice Professionals
By Rachel Birnbaum, Ph.D. | The Virtual World of Parent-Child Contact explores the views and experiences of children, parents and family justice professionals.
By Virginia Colin | APFM was created with almost impossible dreams. How much progress have we made? What great things might we do in the future? The President of APFM reports that we have built a strong foundation.
By Larry Gaughan | It is time to recreate the excitement of the 1980’s and move family mediation toward recognition as a fully established, separate, credentialed profession.
By Larry Gaughan | An impassioned plea for writing divorce agreements in language the parties can easily understand, instead of using antiquated form-books.