Infants, parental separation, custody, and overnight care: a vexed combination of issues and needs that has long perplexed the family law field.
Download: DIVORCE IN THE NURSERY ON INFANTS AND OVERNIGHT CARE.pdf
Daniel Siegel is renowned for his ability to translate neuroscience for professions working outside the arena of science.
Download: FAMILY LAWAND THE NEUROSCIENCE OF ATTACHMENT PART I.pdf, FAMILY LAWAND THE NEUROSCIENCE OF ATTACHMENT PART II.pdf
Attachment with parents is central to a child’s development. It is well established that the quality of this attachment in early childhood is a strong predictor of developmental and psychological functioning throughout the life span.
Download: INCORPORATING ATTACHMENT ASSESSMENT INTO CUSTODY.pdf
This article gathers diverse attachment specialists in a far reaching conversation about the utility of attachment assessment and theory for complex family law decision making, and reflections on the thorny question, “If I were the judge . .
Download: IF I COULD TELL THE JUDGE SOMETHING ABOUT.pdf
The Parenting Research Centre have released a new report on the evidence of prevention and treatment of childhood trauma called ‘Approaches targeting outcomes for children exposed to trauma arising from abuse and neglect’.
Download: Trauma_Feb2014_web.pdf, Trauma_Appendices_Feb2014_web.pdf
A Victorian study has found that current technology has created a constantly evolving threat to the safety of women fleeing abuse.
This paper provides a brief overview of key aspects of Islamic family law as it relates to marriage.
Download: Window into Shariah Family Law Part 1 2011.pdf, Window into Shariah Family Law Part 2 2011.pdf
Download: Trans Intimacy (Hines)l.pdf
A useful and brief explanation of various mediation models and the ethical/moral dynamics that accompany the process.
Download: Who Decides What in Mediation.pdf
This research paper reviews and synthesises Australian and international literature on same-sex parented families.