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“Listening Through the Din:
Understanding and circumventing the systemic pressures
that can corrupt the child’s voice”

 Cancun, Mexico - 12-13 October, 2017

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Uniform Marriage and Divorce Act (1979). 9A Uniform Laws Annotated, Sec. 316.

 

The Children‘s Act of Great Britain (1989)

 

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African Charter on the Rights and Welfare of the Child (Article 7: Freedom of Expression; 1999)


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European Convention on the Exercise of Children's Rights (Article 6 – Decision-making process; 2000)

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United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (Article 13)


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Hague convention on the civil aspects of international child abduction (1980)


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H v. W. (1995), F.L.C. 92-598 (Full Court of the Family Court of Australia)

per Baker J. at 81, 967

 

Haberman v. Haberman Saskatchewan Court of Queen’s Bench Yorkton DIV 03661/07

 

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L.E.G. v. A.G., 2002  British Columbia Supreme Court, 1455

 

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B.J.G. v. D.L.G. (2010) Yukon, Canada 44

 

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H.T.G. Andrews, “The Legal Representation of Children in Custody and Protection Proceedings: A Comparative View” in Abella and L’Heureux-Dubé (eds.), “Family Law: Dimensions of Justice” (Butterworths) (1983), 241 at 268.

 

Hannon v. Eisler (1955), 270 Wis. 469, 71 N.W.2d 376

 

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Martindale, D. A., Martin, L., Austin, W. G., Drozd, L., Gould-Saltman, D., Kirkpatrick, H. D., . . . Hunter, L. (2007). Model Standards of Practice for Child Custody Evaluation. Family Court Review, 45(1), 70-91.

 

American Association of Matrimonial Lawyers (2011). Child Custody Standards.

 

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US Department of Justice (09.2015). Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Child Forensic Interviewing: Best Practices.

https://www.ojjdp.gov/pubs/248749.pdf

 

IN THE MATTER OF THE SUSPENSION OR REVOCATION OF THE LICENSE

OF MARSHA J. KLEINMAN, PSY.D., (07.13.2012) LICENSE NO. 35S100231900,

TO PRACTICE PSYCHOLOGY IN THE STATE OF NEW JERSEY.


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Gould , J. W. Martindale , D. A. (2007). The art and science of child custody evaluations. New York: Wiley,

 

Pickar, D. B. (2007). On being a child custody evaluator: Professional and personal challenges, risks, and rewards. Family Court Review, 45(1), 103-115.

 

Child-centered Family Evaluation Service Agreement (Dr. Garber’s generic working model). 

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Johnson, M. 2009. The investigative windows of opportunity: The vital link to corroboration in child sexual abuse cases. Centerpiece: The Official Newsletter of the National Child Protection Training Center 1(9):1–4

 

American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children. 2012.  Practice Guidelines: Forensic Interviewing in Cases of Suspected Child Abuse. Chicago, IL: APSAC.

 

Lamb, M.E., Orbach, Y., Sternberg, K.J., Hershkowitz, I., and Horowitz, D. 2000. Accuracy of investigators’ verbatim notes of their forensic interviews with alleged child abuse victims. Law and Human Behavior 24(6):699–708.

 

Ceci, S. & Bruck, M. (2000). Why judges must insist on electronically preserved recordings of child interviews.” Court Review, 37, 8-10.

 

Idaho v. Wright, 1990

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Ariel, B., Farrar, W. A. & Sutherland, A. (2015). The effect of police body-warn cameras on use of force and citizens’ complaints against the police: A randomized controlled trial. Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 31(3), 509-535

 

Saini, M., & Polak, S. (2014). The ecological validity of parent-child observations:

A review of empirical evidence related to custody evaluations. Journal of

Child Custody: Research, Issues, and Practices, 11(3), 181-201.

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Crenshaw, David A. & Stella, Lori (2015).  Court testimony: Animal-assisted trauma-informed play therapy to help traumatized child and adolescent witnesses. In Webb, Nancy Boyd (Ed.), Play therapy with children and adolescents in crisis, 4th ed., , (pp. 334-351). New York, NY, US: Guilford Press.

 

Annon, J.S., (1994). Recommended guidelines for interviewing children in case of alleged sexual abuse. IPT Journal, 6(3).

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Hynan, D. J. (1998). Interviewing children in custody evaluations. Family and Conciliation Courts Review, 36, p. 472

 

Lyon, T. D., & Evans, A. D. (2014). Young children’s understanding that promising guarantees performance: The effects of age and maltreatment. Law and Human Behavior, 38(2), 162-170

 

Kandel, R.F. (1994). Just Ask the Kid! Towards a Rule of Children’s Choice in Custody Determinations, 49 Univ. MIAMI Law. Review, 299

 

Crosby-Currie, C. A. (1996). Children's involvement in contested custody cases:

Practices and experiences of legal and mental health professionals.

Law and Human Behavior, 20(3), 289-311. p. 291

 

Kaslow, F. W., & Schwartz, L. L. (1987). Frontiers in couples and family therapy. The dynamics of divorce: A life cycle perspective. Philadelphia: Brunner/Mazel.

 

Levy, A.M. (1979) “Many Facets of Child Custody Consultation” as cited in J.S. Leon, “Recent Development in Legal Representation of Children: A Growing Concern With the Concept of Capacity” 1 Can. J. Fam. L. 375

 

Kuehnle, K., Greenberg, L. R., & Gottlieb, M. C. (2004). Incorporating the Principles of Scientifically Based Child Interviews into Family Law Cases. Journal of Child Custody: Research, Issues, and Practices, 1(1), 97-114.

 

Perkins J., in S.P. v. P.B.D., 2007, Ontario, Canada, Supreme Court


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Wallis v. Wallis, 200 A. 2d 164 – Maryland Court of Appeals 1964

 

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Drapak v. Drapak, 1986 688, Saskatchewan Queen’s Bench

 

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Jordana v. Corley, 220 N.W.2d 515, North Dakota, 1974

 

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Garber, Benjamin D. (2011). Parental alienation and the dynamics of the enmeshed dyad: Adultification, parentification and infantilization. Family Court Review, 49(2), 322-335

 

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Garber, Benjamin D. (2007). Developing a structured interview tool for children embroiled in family litigation and forensic mental health services: The Query Grid. Journal of Forensic Psychology Practice, 7(1), 1-18

 

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