Shared Parenting Symposium 2021
This symposium on January 29, 2021 was a gathering with experts and Connecticut legislators to participate in a dialogue about fact-based domestic violence policy and its implications for child welfare.
Research on Male Victims of Domestic Violence: Implications for Shared Parenting
by Denise Hines, PhD
“Stacked Against Me”: Perceptions of Institutional Response to Incidents of Partner Abuse Involving Men and their Children
by Alexandra Lysova, PhD
New Findings Regarding Domestic Violence, Parent Conflict, Parenting Time, Children’s Emotional Security, and Children’s Stress-related Physical and Mental Health
by William Fabricius, PhD
https://youtu.be/j-8Y8-T9x34 Shared Parenting Council of Connecticut presents a talk with attorney Darcy McCallister. In this video, Ms. McCallister discusses getting divorced in Connecticut and the different processes that people can take to get divorced. She...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OtIbd2qhp0k Shared Parenting Council of Connecticut presents a talk with Dr. Norman Klein. In this video, he defines the role of a forensic psychologist and recommends never going to court unless you have to. He mentions methods of...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r-7KQnUIxNg Shared Parenting Council of Connecticut presents a talk with Maureen Martowska. In this video, discusses how certain states—but not CT—judges give joint custody when parents can not agree. She explains different types of...
https://youtu.be/FKqSzhhBrik Shared Parenting Council of Connecticut presents a talk with Dr. Martin Kulldorff. In this video, Dr. Kulldorff discusses the risk of COVID-19 and how it may affect custody. He indicates that because the mortality rate for children under...