There is a great deal of understandable concern about the effects of parental separation and divorce on children. Research has consistently identified that parental psychological problems such as depression, anxiety, and substance misuse can increase the risk of harm to children, but there is a lot of confusion about it. Clarity about this serious concern has recently been provided by a recent Social Policy Report by the Society for Research on...
Over One and a Half Million and Twice as Likely to Suffer from Problems: Working with Children of Divorce
Dr. Hynan’s New Book
Read about Dr. Hynan’s book Parenting Plan: Meeting the Challenges with Facts and Analysis here here.
From Reviews of Parenting Plans
Steven N. Peskind, Family Law
Attorney and Author:
“… I will never approach another child placement matter without this well researched reference book in hand. It should be a regular resource for lawyers, child representatives and family court judges everywhere.”
Milfred D. Dale, PhD, JD, Family Law
Attorney and Psychologist, Reviewing
Editor, Family Law Quarterly:
…highest praises… balanced, nuanced, and thorough… provides extraordinary insights…invaluable as a guide and reference book…”
John A. Zervopoulos, PhD, JD, ABPP,
Attorney, Psychologist, and Author:
“… shows how to craft workable schedules…key issues and useful tools…valuable resource for lawyers and judges…Get it.”
Daniel J. Hynan, Ph.D., ABAP has been in full-time practice as a clinical psychologist for over 30 years. Since the early 1990s, he has focused much of his practice on conducting evaluations of the allocation of parental responsibilities (child custody), including parenting time, decision-making, relocation (move away), and other parenting matters.