Half day workshop - Dr Philip Stahl

Half day workshop - Dr Philip Stahl

Presented in conjunction with Legal Aid WA and the Family Law Practitioner's Association (FLPA), WA Family Law Pathways Network is pleased to invite you to a half-day workshop with Dr Philip Stahl, forensic psychologist, who will be sharing some of his expertise in the areas of:

  • Personality Traits of Parents
  • High Conflict and Alienation
  • Developmentally-Based Parenting Plans


WORKSHOP DETAILS:

WHEN   Tuesday, 27 August 2019  
    9:00AM – 12:00PM
WHERE    Seminar Room 3 Saxons Training Facilities Level 1,
   140 St George’s Terrace
    Perth WA 6000
TICKETS 

   $50, spaces limited
   Book via https://www.trybooking.com/BEFAA
   If you are a FLPA member, please register your attendance at FLPA website: www.flpawa.com.au


Legal CPD points available.

Should you have any queries or require any further information please do not hesitate to contact  WA.FamilyPathwayNetwork@relationshipswa.org.au or (08) 6164 0380.

                                                                                                                               

About the speaker

Dr. Philip Stahl is a forensic psychologist in private practice, living in Maricopa County, AZ, who provides consultation and expert witness testimony in child custody litigation throughout the United States and North America. His primary area of specialty is relocation, including complex international relocations. Dr. Stahl conducts trainings throughout the United States and internationally for attorneys, child custody evaluators, judges, and others working with highconflict families of divorce. He is on the faculty of National Judicial College in Reno Nevada, teaching domestic violence to judges since 2000, and he regularly speaks at state judicial colleges. He has been providing training through AU AFCC and other organizations in Australia since 2011.

Along with his teaching, Dr. Stahl has written extensively on high-conflict divorce and custody evaluations. He is the author of Conducting Child Custody Evaluations: From Basic to Advanced Issues, (Sage Publications, 2010) and Parenting After Divorce, 2nd Edition (Impact Publishers, 2008) and is co-author of Forensic Psychology Consultation in Child Custody Litigation: A Handbook for Work Product Review, Case Preparation, and Expert Testimony, (American Bar Association Section of Family Law, 2013).

His most exciting project has been his newest book, written with his daughter Rebecca Stahl, JD, LLM, titled, Representing Children in Dependency and Family Court: Beyond the Law, published by the ABA Family Law Section in June 2018.