William G. Austin, Ph.D. ACCS dba

Austin Child Custody Services dba

(303) 670-6767 voice   (303) 217-8990 fax
Office: 710 Kipling, Ste. 306, Lakewood, CO 80215
William G. Austin, Ph.D.
Licensed Psychologist
P.O. Box 3939
Evergreen, CO 80437
Email: wgaustinphd2@yahoo.com
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CURRICULUM VITAE

PERSONAL INFORMATION:

Name:                              William G. Austin, PhD.

 

Present Employment:         Private Practice

Austin Child Custody Services, DBA

Austin Psychological Forensic Services-NC, DBA

Northwest Colorado Psychological Services, DBA

Austin Psychological Forensic Services-CO, DBA

 

Licensed Psychologist, CO & NC

                                            Forensic Psychology

                                            Clinical and Medical Psychology

 

Practice Focuses on Child Custody Evaluation, Trial Consultation, and Related Services.

Evaluation Services are offered throughout Colorado and North Carolina.

Consultation Services are offered throughout the United States and Internationally.

Dr. Austin maintains a clinical psychology practice for clinical evaluation and therapy for children and adults.

 

Austin Websites:                   www.child-custody-services.com

                                              www.parentalgatekeeping.com

                                              www.AFPS-NC.com

                                                 

E-mail:                                 wgaustinphd2@yahoo.com

 

Mailing Address:                    P.O. Box 3939

                                              Evergreen, CO 80437

                                              (303) 670-6767 voice

                                              (303) 217-8990 fax

 

Colorado Office Locations:    710 Kipling

                                               Suite 306

                                               Lakewood, CO 80215

 

NC Office Locations:           5725 Oleander Dr., Unit A-5

Oleander Oaks

Wilmington, NC 28403

(303) 670-6767 voice

                                           (303) 217-8990 fax

 

Maynard Office Center         

220 S.E. Maynard Rd., Ste. 104

                                            Cary, NC 27511

                                   

Date of Birth:              August 19, 1947

 

LICENSURE:

 
Licensed Psychologist, Colorado

License #2021, Issued: December 12, 1995

 

Licensed Psychologist, North Carolina

Health Services Provider Psychologist (HSPP)

License #929, Issued May 12, 1983


EDUCATION AND CLINICAL TRAINING:


Post Doctoral

1)        Certificate of Post-doctoral Retraining in Clinical Psychology

University of Virginia, 1982

Institute of Clinical Psychology and School/Clinical Child Program

(Approved by the American Psychological Association)

Program was full-time for three years (1979-1982) with an internship approved

by the American Psychological Association and a total of 84-credit hours

Major Professor: Peter Sheras, Ph.D.

 

2)        Clinical Psychology Residency (General), 1981-1982

Department of Behavioral Medicine & Psychiatry

University of Virginia Medical Center

(Approved by the American Psychological Association)

 

3)        Psychology & Law Residency, 1977-1979

Russell Sage Foundation Resident Fellow in Law and

Social Science School of Law

University of Virginia

 

GRADUATE SCHOOL


1)        Ph.D. University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1974

Social Psychology

Major Professor: Elaine Hatfield, Ph.D.

 

2)        M.S. University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1972

Social Psychology

Major Professor: Eliane Hatfield, Ph.D.


UNDERGRADUATE


1)        B.A. Western  Michigan University, 1969, Cum Laude

University Interdepartment Major in Social Science

 

2)        Non-degree study, Harvard University, 1968, Social Science

 

PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS:


January, 2010 – Present          Private Practice in Forensic Psychology

                                                Child Custody Evaluation & Trial Consultation

                                                Clinical Psychology

                                                Colorado and North Carolina

                                                National Consulting Practice on Child Custody

 

June, 1996 - Present                Private Practice in Clinical, Medical & Forensic Psychology

                                                Austin Child Custody Services

                                                Northwest Colorado Psychological Services

 

 

1982 - 1996                             Private Practice in Clinical Psychology

                                                Austin Psychological Services

                                                Wilmington, North Carolina

 

1982 - 1984                             Director of Psychological & Forensic Services

                                                Southeastern Mental Health Center

                                                Wilmington, North Carolina

 

1981 - 1982                             Resident in Clinical Psychology

                                                Department of Behavioral Medicine & Psychiatry

                                                University of Virginia Medical Center

 

1974 - 1981                             Assistant Professor of Psychology

                                                Department of Psychology

                                                University of Virginia

 

1977 - 1979                             Russell Sage Foundation Resident Fellow in Law and

                                                Social Science School of Law

                                                University of Virginia

 

 

 

 

EDITORIAL BOARDS

Current Consulting Editor:     Family Court Review

Former Consulting Editor:      Journal of Child Custody

 

SPECIALIZED FORENSIC SERVICES

Child Custody Evaluation

Parental Responsibility Evaluation

Work Product Review of Child Custody Evaluations

Case Review & Analysis for Child Custody case consultation

Trial Consultation for Attorneys

Instructional Expert Testimony: Relocation, Intimate Partner Violence, Parental Gatekeeping & Alienation

Appellate Consultation

Colleague Case Consultation

Reunification Therapy for Parent-Child Relationships

 

Workshop Services:

  • Relocation and Child Custody Disputes
  • Intimate Partner Violence and Child Custody
  • Parental Gatekeeping and Alienation

 

Facilitation of Parenting Plan Development or Modification (S.A.F.E.)[1]

Co-Parenting Education for Relocation/Long Distance Parenting

Co-Parenting Education for High Conflict Divorce

 

Clinical Services

Psychotherapy, Child & Adult

Psychological Evaluations

Pain Management Therapy

Pre-Surgical Evaluation

 

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS:(National and Regional)

American Psychological Association (Since 1975) (APA)

       Division 7: Developmental Psychology

      Division 8: Social Psychology

      Division 41: Psychology & Law

      Division 40: Clinical Neuropsychology

Association of Family & Conciliation Courts (AFCC)

North Carolina Psychological Association (NCPA)

American Bar Association, Associate Member

National Council on Family Relations

American Psychology-Law Society


TEACHING EXPERIENCE:

University of Virginia

Department of Psychology

Assistant Professor

1974 - 1981

University of North Carolina-Wilmington

Department of Psychology

Lecturer, Part-time Faculty, 1984-86

 

Professional Presentations/Workshops

Applying the Parental Gatekeeping Model to the Overnights Conundrum. Workshop presented at Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, Regional Training Conference: Do You Hear What I Hear? Listening to the Voice of the Child. Columbus, Ohio, November 5-7, 2015 (with Pamela S. Ludolph, Ph.D.).

 

Child Custody, Relocation, and Risk: Developing Long Distance Parenting Plans. The Florida Chapter of Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, 12th Annual Conference: “21” Century Showcase: Cutting Edge Tools for Family Practice Professionals, Tampa, FL, October 2, 2015 (with Deborah O. Day, Ph.D.).

 

Protective Gatekeeping, Intimate Partner Violence, and Child Custody Evaluation. (with Linda Fieldstone, M.Ed.), Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, 52nd Annual Conference, Children in the Court System: Different Doors, Different Responses, Different Outcomes. New Orleans, LA, May 29, 2015.

 

Child Custody Evaluation, Relocation, and Risk: Development of Long Distance Parenting Plans. Workshop for the Forensic Forum, Chicago, IL, May 21, 2015.

 

Research-Based Forensic Psychology Models for Child Custody Evaluation and Disputes: Parental Gatekeeping. Presentation at Community Psychology Lecture Series, Department of Psychology, University of Virginia, April 7, 2015.

 

Working across Disciplines: Conversations from the Custody Evaluation and Intimate Partner Violence Task Force, Plenary Session, Association of Family and Conciliation Courts-California Chapter, Annual Conference: Inventing the Future: Getting ahead of the Curve for California Families. Costa Mesa, CA, February 7, 2015 (with Gabrielle Davis, JD; Robin Deutsch, Ph.D., ABPP; Leslie Drozd, Ph.D.; Loretta Frederick, JD; Hon. Lon Hurwitz; Karen Rhyne, JD, Arnold Sheinvold, Ph.D.; Nancy Ver Steegh, JD, MSW)

 

Sometimes Things aren’t what they seem: Child Custody Evaluation in the Context of Coercive-Controlling Intimate Partner Violence, Pre-Conference Institute, Association of Family and Conciliation Courts-California Chapter, Annual Conference: Inventing the Future: Getting ahead of the Curve for California Families. Costa Mesa, CA, February 6, 2015 (with Gabrielle Davis, JD; Robin Deutsch, Ph.D., ABPP; Leslie Drozd, Ph.D.; Loretta Frederick, JD;; Arnold Sheinvold, Ph.D.; Nancy Ver Steegh, JD.)

 

Case Review and Analysis: A Cost Effective Means of Custody Dispute Analysis. Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, 11th Symposium on Child Custody Evaluation: Examining Unintended Consequences. San Antonio, Texas, November 8, 2014 (with Pamela Ludolph, Ph.D.).

 

Relocation, Risk in Young Children: Attachment, Social Capital, and Gatekeeping. Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, 51st Annual Conference: Navigating the Waters of Shared Parenting: Guidance from the Harbour, Toronto, Canada, May 29, 2014 (with Pamela Ludolph, Ph.D.).

 

Parental Gatekeeping: Implications for Family Law Professionals. All day Workshop presented to the High Conflict Forum. Toronto, Canada, March 29, 2014 (with Marsha Kline Pruett, Ph.D.).

 

Gatekeeping, Alienation, and Protective Parenting: Relating Co-parenting Practices to Best Interest of the Child. Association of Family and Conciliation Courts: There’s no place Like Two Homes: The Complexities of Separation, Divorce and Co-parenting. AFCC Regional Training Conference, Kansas City, Missouri (all day training institute, with Leslie M. Drozd, Ph.D., Milfred “Bud” Dale, Ph.D., J.D., & Michael A. Saini, Ph.D.), November 7, 2013.

 

Intimate Partner Violence and Child Custody Evaluation: The Integrated Framework. Association of Family and Conciliation Courts: There’s no place Like Two Homes: The Complexities of Separation, Divorce and Co-parenting. AFCC Regional Training Conference, Kansas City, Missouri (with Leslie M. Drozd, Ph.D.), November 8, 2013.

 

Unsubstantiated CSA Allegations in Custody Evaluation: Is Gatekeeping a Shield or a Sword? AFCC 50th Annual Conference (with Milfred Dale, Ph.D., J.D. & Kathryn Kuehnle, Ph.D.), Los Angeles, June, 2013.

 

Assessing and Differentiating Parental Gatekeeping and Alienation in Parenting Time Recommendations. The Florida Chapter of Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, 10th Annual Conference, Orlando, March 15, 2013.   

 

Research and Practice: Gatekeeping: Who’s knocking at the Gate? Gatekeeping Analysis in the Best Interests of the Children. Colorado Bar Association, Continuing Legal Education workshop, January 10, 2013.

 

Research and Practice: Gatekeeping: Who’s knocking at the Gate? Gatekeeping Analysis in the Best Interests of the Children. Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, 10th Symposium on Child Custody Evaluations (with Linda Fieldstone, M.Ed. & Marsha Kline Pruett, Ph.D.), November 2, 2012, Phoenix, AZ.

 

Research and Practice: Relocation. Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, 10th Symposium on Child Custody Evaluations (with Phillip M. Stahl, Ph.D., ABPP). November 3, Phoenix, AZ.

 

Attachment and the Law: Custody for Young Children if Attachment is not the Trump Card: Part I. Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, 49th Annual Conference: (with Pamela S. Ludolph, Ph.D. & Milfred Dale, Ph.D., J.D.), June 8, 2012, Chicago.

 

Attachment and the Law: Custody for Young Children if Attachment is not the Trump Card: Part II. Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, 49th Annual Conference: (with Pamela S. Ludolph, Ph.D. & Milfred Dale, Ph.D., J.D.), June 8, 2012, Chicago.

 

Intimate Partner Violence, Relocation, Gatekeeping and Child Custody Evaluation. Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, 49th Annual Conference: (with Leslie M. Drozd, Ph.D. & Mildred Dale, Ph.D., J.D.), June 7, 2012, Chicago.

 

Parental Gatekeeping and Child Custody Disputes: A Bench Book for Judges. Workshop presented to Miami-Dade County, 11th Judicial Circuit, Family Division, Continuing Judicial Education, May 16, 2012.

 

Protective Gatekeeping in Custody Cases involving Intimate Partner Violence or Alienation, Association of Family and Conciliation Courts-Washington Annual Meeting (with Leslie M. Drozd, Ph.D. & Nancy W. Olesen, Ph.D). April 14, 2012.

 

The Integrated Approach to the Assessment of Intimate Partner Violence in Child Custody Evaluation. Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, Regional Training Conference: Working with High Conflict and Violent Families: A Race with No Winners, Cambridge, MA, October 29, 2011 (with Leslie M. Drozd, Ph.D. & James R. Flens, Psy.D., ABPP).

 

Relocation, Very Young Children and Child Custody Evaluation: Forensic, Research and Ethical Considerations, Association of Family and Conciliation Courts 48th Annual Conference, Research, Policy and Practice in Family Courts: What’s Gender Got to do with it? Orlando, Florida, June 3, 2011 (Pamela Ludolph, Ph.D.).

 

The Integrated Approach to the Assessment of Intimate Partner Violence in Child Custody Evaluation. Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, 48th Annual Conference, Research, Policy and Practice in Family Courts: What’s Gender Got to do with it? Orlando, Florida, June 3, 2011 (with Leslie M. Drozd, Ph.D.)

 

The Integrated Approach to the Assessment of Intimate Partner Violence in Child Custody Evaluation. Association of Family and Conciliation Courts 48th Annual Conference: Regional Training Conference, October 27-29, 2011 (with Leslie Drozd, Ph.D.),

 

Relocation and Forensic Mental Health Evaluation in Colorado: Issues involving Very Young Children. Invited lecture, Rocky Mountain Paralegal Association, Family Law Section, December 14, 2010, Denver, CO.

 

Tailoring Parenting Plans for Hard to Fit Cases, Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, Ninth Symposium on Child Custody Evaluations, Cambridge, Mass, October 30, 2010 (with Linda Fieldstone, M.Ed. & Honorable Linda Fidnick).

 

Integrated Approach to the assessment of intimate partner violence in child custody evaluation. Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, Ninth Symposium on Child Custody Evaluations, Cambridge, Mass, October 29, 2010 (with Leslie M. Drozd, Ph.D. & James R. Flens, Psy.D., ABPP).

 

Relocation and Forensic Mental Health Evaluation in Colorado: Issues involving Very Young Children. Continuing Legal Education, Colorado Bar Association, Denver, August 31, 2010.

 

Gatekeeping and Child Custody Evaluation: Theory, Measurement & Applications. Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, 47th Annual Conference, June 3, 2010 (with James R. Flens, Psy.D., ABPP and H. D. Kirkpatrick, Ph.D., ABPP).

 

Intimate Partner Violence and Child Custody: Evaluation and Expert Testimony. Invited Lecture. Mississippi College of Law, Jackson, MS, April 12, 2010.

 

Intimate Partner Violence, High Conflict, and Crafting Safe and Effective Parenting Plans. Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, Regional Training Conference: Interventions for Family Conflict: Stacking the Odds in Favor of Children. Reno, NV, November 7, 2009 (with Leslie Drozd, Ph.D. & James R. Flens, Psy.D., ABPP)

 

Expert Testimony in Family Law Litigation: Forensic Roles, Issues, and Child Custody Evaluation. Lecture at University of Pennsylvania Law School, October 19, 2009.

 

Assessing Partner Violence, Colorado Bar Association Family Law Section, Family Law Institute. Breckenridge, CO, August 8, 2009 (with Susan K. Bryant, Esq.)

 

Relocation, Custody Evaluation, and the Very Young Child:  Attachment and Risk Assessment, Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, 46th Annual Conference: Children, Courts and Custody: Back to the Future or Full Steam Ahead? New Orleans, May 29, 2009 (with S. Margaret Lee, Ph.D. and Jeff Atkinson, J.D.)

 

Child Custody Evaluation and Relocation: Legal and Psychological Perspectives. Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, 46th Annual Conference: Children, Courts and Custody: Back to the Future or Full Steam Ahead? New Orleans, May 29, 2009 (with Jeff Atkinson,  J.D. and S. Margaret Lee, Ph.D.)

 

Expertise, Ethics, and Helpfulness to the Court: Promises and Perils in the Role of Child and Family Investigator. All day Workshop sponsored by Boulder Interdisciplinary Committee conference, Arvada, CO, March 6, 2009 (with Jonathan W. Gould, Ph.D., ABPP).

 

Social Capital and Integrated Approach to Child Custody Evaluation: Application to Relocation. Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, Eighth International Symposium on Child Custody Evaluations. Albuquerque, New Mexico, September 26, 2008 (with Jonathan W. Gould, Ph.D., ABPP).

 

Legal and Clinical Issues in Cases of Relocation. Reconceptualizing Child Custody: Past, Present, and Future – Lawyers and Psychologists Working Together. Cosponsored by American Psychological Association (APA) and American Bar Association (ABA).  Chicago, May 3, 2008 (with Professor Jeffrey Atkinson)

 

Considerations in Giving Ethical Mental Health Testimony. Panel workshop: “Evaluators Under Fire: The Limits of Conclusions & Recommendations,”Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, Colorado Chapter. University of Denver Sturm College of Law, January 11, 2008 (with Bill J Denver Fyfe, Ed.D., Steve Epstein, Esq., and Hon. Carol Glowinsky)

 

Fact or Fiction in Child Custody Evaluation? Assessing the Credibility of Self-Report Data. Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, 44th Annual Conference, Washington, D.C., October, 2007 (with James R. Flens, Psy.D., ABPP & H. D. Kirkpatrick, Ph.D., ABPP

 

Child Custody Evaluation and Expert Testimony. Mississippi College of Law, November 9, 2006. Jackson, MS.

 

Relocation and Child Custody: Research & Forensic Evaluation. Mississippi College of Law. November 10, 2006. Jackson, MS.

 

Application of Gatekeeping to Child Custody Evaluation. Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, Seventh International Symposium on Child Custody Evaluations. October 20, 2006, Atlanta, GA (with Melisse Eidman, LCSW, Kirkpatrick, H. D., Ph.D. ABPP & Jonathan W. Gould, Ph.D.).

 

Custody Evaluation and Parenting Plans for Relocation: Risk Assessment for High Conflict or Partner Violence. Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, 43rd Annual Conference, June 1, 2006, Tampa, FL. (with Leslie M. Drozd, Ph.D.).

 

Controversial Issues in Child Custody Evaluation. All day pre-conference training institute. Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, 43rd Annual Conference, May 31, 2006, Tampa, FL (with Lorraine Martin, M.S.W., David M. Martindale, Ph.D., ABPP, Nancy Olesen, Ph.D.)

 

Parenting Evaluation for the Relocation Case in Light of the New Case Law. 2006 Family Issues Conference, Colorado State Judicial Department, Vail, CO, May 19, 2006.

 

Partner Violence in Contested Parenting Cases. 2006 Family Issues Conference, Colorado State Judicial Department, Vail, CO, May 18, 2006.

 

Evaluation of the Relocation Case and Crafting Long Distance Parenting Plans. Association of Multidisciplinary Professionals Serving Families, Colorado Springs, CO, March 10, 2006.

 

Domestic Violence and Parenting Plans, Plenary Address for Association of Family and Conciliation Court-Arizona, Sedona, AZ, February 4, 2006.

 

Relocation from the Evaluator’s Perspective in the Shadow of Spahmer and Ciesluk. Workshop, Child and Family Investigator’s Workshop, Sponsored by 9th Judicial District of Colorado and Colorado Mountain College, Glenwood Springs, CO, December 16, 2005.

 

Considerations in Crafting Parenting Plans. Workshop, Child and Family Investigator’s Workshop, Sponsored by 9th Judicial District of Colorado and Colorado Mountain College, Glenwood Springs, CO, December 16, 2005.

 

Relocation from the Evaluator’s Perspective in the Shadow of Spahmer and Ciesluk. Workshop, Domestic Salon, 4th Judicial District of Colorado, Colorado Springs, CO, October 4, 2005.

 

A Practical, Research-Based Approach to Evaluating the Relocation Case. Workshop for Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, Regional Training Conference. September 23, 2005, Breckenridge, CO.

Custody Evaluation Task Force Open Forum, Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, Regional Training Conference. September 23, 2005, Breckenridge, CO.

Relocation from the Evaluator’s Perspective in the Shadow of Spahmer and Ciesluk. Workshop, Metropolitan Denver Interdisciplinary Committee monthly meeting,  Denver, CO, September 11, 2005.

 

Your Honor May I? – A discussion regarding “Relocation.” Plenary Session, Family Law Institute, Colorado Bar Association, Breckenridge, CO, August 5, 2005 (with Jennifer Weaver, J.D. & Hon. Lael Montgomery).

 

Considering Children’s Preferences in Custody Disputes, Workshop for Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, 42nd Annual Conference, Seattle, WA, May 21, 2005 (with Dianna Gould-Saltmann, J.D. & Lyn R. Greenberg, Ph.D.)

 

Custody Evaluation Standards Task Force, Workshop for Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, 42nd Annual Conference, Seattle, WA, May 21, 2005, Co-Chair of Task Force (presentation with Lorraine Martin, M.S.W. & David Martindale, Ph.D., ABPP)

 

Evaluating the Child Custody Relocation Case: An Integrated Approach, presentation at Family Issues Conference, Colorado state judicial conference, Vail, CO, May 5, 2005.

 

Evaluating the Child Custody Relocation Case: An Integrated Approach, Invited Plenary address to the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, California Chapter, Annual Meetings, February 12, 2005, Sonoma, CA.

 

Assessment of Partner Violence within the Context of a Child Custody Evaluation: Research, Subtypes, and Risk Assessment, with Jonathan W. Gould, Ph.D. Invited Workshop for Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, California Chapter, Annual Meetings, February 11, 2005, Sonoma, CA.

 

The Investigation Component in Child Custody Evaluations. Core skills workshop, Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, Sixth International Child Custody Symposium, October 14-16, 2004, Nashville, TN (with Jonathan Gould, Ph.D. & David Martindale, Ph.D., ABPP).

 

An Integrated Approach to Evaluating the Relocation Case. Family Law Institute,

Colorado Bar Association, Steamboat Springs, CO, August 7, 2004.

 

Considering Child Preferences in Custody Decisions: Research, Assessment and Issues. Workshop, Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, 41st Annual Conference. San Antonio, TX, May 13, 2004 (with Nadia Abdelazim, J.D., M.S.W. & H. D. Kirkpatrick, Ph.D., ABPP).

 

Does Therapeutic Jurisprudence Compromise the Mental Health Community? William G. Austin, Ph.D., Andrew Loizeaux, Psy.D., Cheryl Providence, Ph.D., & Magistrate Louis Gresh. State of Colorado Interdisciplinary Committee, Vail, May 8, 2004.

 

Mediator’s Role for the Child Custody Relocation Case, Workshop, Association for Conflict Resolution, Denver, July 12, 2003.

 

Removal – Evaluation and Determination, Workshop, State of Colorado Interdisciplinary Committee, Vail, CO, May 3, 2003 (with Magistrate Jann Dubois)

 

A Practical Approach to Evaluation and Conflict Resolution in Child Custody Relocation Cases, Pre-Conference all day Institute, Association of Family and Conciliation Courts: Fifth International Symposium on Child Custody Evaluations, November 7, 2002, Tucson, AZ. (with Jonathan W. Gould, Ph.D. & Leslie Ellen Shear, J.D.)

 

Use of Collateral Sources of Information: Evaluator or Investigator? Workshop, Association of Family and Conciliation Courts: Fifth International Symposium on Child Custody Evaluations, November 8, 2002, Tucson, AZ (with H.D Kirkpatrick, Ph.D.)

 

Update on Research and Professional Developments, Colorado Interdisciplinary Committee (State IDC), Spring Conference, with William Fyfe, Ed.D., May 5, 2002, Vail, CO.

 

Approaching  Relocation Cases: Risk Assessment, Research, and Practical Problem Solving. Workshop presented at “Serving the Best Interests of the Child,” Sponsored by Office of the Child’s Representative, State of Colorado, January 10, 2002, Steamboat Springs, CO.

 

Evaluating and Litigating the Removal Case (with Rick Loman, J.D.), Colorado Interdisciplinary Committee (State IDC) on children and divorce, Spring Conference, Challenging Conventional Wisdom on Divorce, Parenting Time and Removal, Breakout Session, May 5, 2001, Vail, CO. [Co-Sponsored, MDIDC and Colorado Chapter American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers.]

 

Relocation: Risk Assessment and Bridging the Gap between the Law and Science, Panel: Handling of a Relocation Case: Substantive Law and Mental Health Perspective.

American Bar Association, Section of Family Law, April 19, 2001, Kansas City.

 

Psychological and Legal Considerations in Relocation Cases. Association of Family & Conciliation Court, Kiawah, SC, Fourth International Congress on Child Custody Evaluations, November 10, 2000, Workshop.

 

Relocation: From File to Trial. (With Linda Elrod, J.D., Larry Fong, Ph.D., Lori Nachlis, J.D.). Association of Family & Conciliation Courts, New Orleans, 37th Annual Conference: Alienation, Access & Attachment, May 31, 2000, All Day Training Institute.

 

Professional Trade Journals and Newsletters Publications


Austin, W. G. (2014). Parental Gatekeeping: A Framework for Clinical Work with Divorced Parents. Colorado Association for Marriage and Family Therapists Newsletter, Summer, 9.

 

Austin, W. G. (2013). Parent-Child Relationship Issues in Relocation Disputes. Florida Association of Family and Conciliation Courts Newsletter.

 

Redher, K., & Austin, W. G. (2013). Solomon’s choice: Evaluators discuss relocation in cases of joint and equal time share. California Family Law News, 4, 28-30. http://familylaw.calbar.ca.gov/Publications/FamilyLawNews.aspx

 

Austin, W. G. (2009). The Psychological Scientist-Practitioner Model in the Forensic Context: Application to Child Custody and Relocation Disputes. Colorado Psychologist.

 

Austin, W. G. (2008, November 28). Comments on the revised draft of Uniform Relocation of Children Act. Prepared for the meetings of a committee of the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws, Grapevine, TX.

 

Austin, W. G. (2008, October 11). Comments on initial Draft of the Uniform Relocation of Children Act. Prepared for the meetings of a committee of the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws, Grapevine, TX.

 

Martindale, D. M., Martin, L., & Austin, W. G. (2005, Summer). Comment on Trubitt’s “The incorporation of play therapy modalities in a comprehensive child custody evaluation.” AFCC News, 24(3), 8-9.

 

Austin, W. G. (2005, February). Considering the Process of Support for the Other Parent and Gatekeeping in Parenting Evaluations. Colorado IDC News: The Newsletter  of the State of Colorado Interdisciplinary Committee, 7(1), 10-13.

 

Austin, W. G. (2003, Winter). In memoriam: “The Little Green Book,” 1988-2002. MDIC News (The Metropolitan Denver Interdisciplinary Committee Newsletter), 3-5.

 

Austin, W. G. (2002). Symbiosis between Law and Science in Child Custody: Issues Raised by In re Marriage of Martin (2002). Colorado IDC News: The Newsletter  of the State of Colorado Interdisciplinary Committee, 4 (2, Summer), 1,3-5,11.

 

Austin, W. G. (2001, Relocation in Parental Responsibility Cases: Bridging the Gap between Law and Science. Paper presented to Senate Judiciary Committee, Colorado State Senate, Sixty-third General Assembly, February 12, 2001 regarding Senate bill 029 to modify C.R.S. §14-10-131 on relocation. [Note the bill was passed by both houses on May 5, 2001.]

 

Austin, W. G. (2001). The Evaluation Role of the Special Advocate: Expert Status, Prediction, and Perils. Colorado IDC News:  The Newsletter of the State of Colorado Interdisciplinary Committee, 3, (1, Spring), 3-5, 7 and Colorado Psychological Association Bulletin, 34, (4, April), 5, 9-10, 15.

 

Austin, W. G. (1999). A Risk Assessment Approach to Mental Health Evaluations for the Parental Responsibility Relocation Case.  Colorado IDC News: The Newsletter of the State of Colorado Interdisciplinary Committee, 2 (1, Spring), 6-11.  Also appearing in Parental Responsibility: A Professional's Guide to Practice,  Proceedings of 23rd Annual Conference on Children and Divorce, Sec. 2, Removal: Children's Needs, Parents Needs. Breckenridge, CO: September, 1999.  Colorado Bar Association:  CLE in Colorado, Inc.

 

Austin, W. G. (1999).  Expert Testimony on the Ultimate Issue:  A Conservative

View. MDIC News (The Metropolitan Denver Interdisciplinary Committee on Children & Divorce Newsletter), (October), 1, 6.


FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY LEGISLATIVE, APPELLATE & OTHER ACTIVITIES


Finalist on ballot for election to the Ethics Committee, American Psychological Association, 2010.

 

Advisory Committee on Child & Family Investigator qualifications to the Colorado Supreme Court

 

American Bar Association, Section of Family Law, Model Relocation of Children Act, Observer and Representative for Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, October 22, 2010.

 

Uniform Law Commission, National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws, Observer and Representative for Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, Uniform Relocation of Children Act, October 10-11, 2008, Grapevine, TX.


Relocation in Parental Responsibility Cases: Bridging the Gap between Law and Science
, Presentation to Senate Judiciary Committee, Colorado State Senate concerning Senate Bill 029 on behalf of the State of Colorado Interdisciplinary Committee, 63rd General Assembly, State of Colorado, February 12, 2001 [provided the technical basis and research for legislative change in C.R.S. § 14-10-129 concerning relocation of the primary residence of a child]. This testimony is cited in the Colorado Supreme Court Decision: In re Marriage of Ciesluk, 113 P.3d 135, 139, 141 (Colo. 2005).

 

Warshak, R. A., Sanford, S. L., Kelly, J. B., Bray, J. H. et al., Amici Curiae Brief of , on Behalf of LaMusga Children, In the Marriage of LaMusga, Supreme Court of California, Case No. S107355, April 2003. [co-ssignee, Amicae Curae brief]

 

Shear, L. E., Fuller, M. G., Olesen, N. M., Stettman, P. P., Lamb, M. E. et al. (2004). Amici Curiae brief, In re the Marriage of LaMusga, Supreme Court of California. [co-signee, Amicae Curae brief]

 

Consultant to Florida Chapter of Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, The Parenting Plan Task Force, Empirically Based Parenting Plans: What Professionals Need to Know, 2010.

 

MODEL STANDARDS FOR CUSTODY EVALUATION


Co-Chair for the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, Model Standards of Practice for Child Custody Evaluation (2006).

 

AFCC TASK FORCE ON INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE AND CHILD CUSTODY


Member of Task Force for Association of Family and Conciliation Courts for creating guidelines for consideration of the issue of intimate partner violence in child custody evaluations and disputes (2011-2015)


WORKING GROUP OF APA & ABA


Member of joint working group on “Abuse, Neglect and Endangerment” of the American Psychological Association and the American Bar Association (appointed by the president of APA)

 

Citations in Appellate Opinions

 

In re the Marriage of LaMusga, 88 P. 3d 81 (Cal. 2004). [Co-signee on two amicus curae briefs]

 

In re Marriage of Ciesluk, 113 P.3d 135 (Colo. 2005). [Testimony to Colorado Senate Judiciary Committee on relocation, 2001]

 

FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY PUBLICATIONS

 

CHILD CUSTODY EVALUATION MODEL STANDARDS

 

Co-Chair of AFCC Task Force. Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (2006, May). Model standards of practice for child custody evaluation. Madison, WI: Author; Martindale, D. M., Martin, L., Austin, W. G. et al. (2007). Model standards of practice for child custody evaluation. Family Court Review, 45(1),70-91.

 

PEER REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES

 

Austin, W. G. (2015, in press). Comment on Parkinson and Cashmore’s (2015) research and proposal for reforming child custody relocation law: Child custody evaluator and psychological perspective. Family Court Review.

Relocation Issues in Child Custody Evaluations: Part I: Parkinson and Cashmore’s Research and Proposal for Reforming Child Custody Relocation Law, Family Court Review.

 

Austin, W. G., Bow, J. N., Knoll, A., & Hunemorder, R. (2015, in press). Relocation Issues in Child Custody Evaluations: A Survey of Professionals. Family Court Review.

 

Austin, W. G. (2015, in press). Child custody evaluation and relocation: Part I: Forensic guideposts for the evaluator and court. American Journal of Family Law, 29.

 

Austin, W. G. (2015, in press). Child custody evaluation and relocation: Part II: Options for a Systematic Approach to Forensic Evaluation American Journal of Family Law, 29.

 

Austin, W. G. (2016, in press). Child custody evaluation and relocation: Part III: Forensic Consultation Services for the Relocation Case and Seven Common Errors by Evaluators. American Journal of Family Law, 30.

 

Austin, W. G., & Drozd, L. M. (2013). Judge’s bench book for application of the integrated framework for intimate partner violence in child custody disputes.  Journal of Child Custody: Research, Issues, and Practice, 10(2), 99-119.

 

Austin, W. G., Pruett, M. K., Kirkpatrick, H. D., Flens, J. R., & Gould, J. W. (2013). Parental gatekeeping and child custody/child access evaluations: Part I: Conceptual framework, research, and application,. Family Court Review, 51(3), 485-501.

 

Austin, W. G., Fieldstone, L. M., & Pruett, M. K. (2013). Bench book for assessing gatekeeping in parenting disputes: Understanding the dynamics of gate-closing and opening for the best interests of children. Journal of Child Custody: Research, Issues, and Practice, 10(1), 1-16.

 

Austin, W. G., & Drozd, L. M. (2012). Intimate partner violence and child custody evaluation, Part I: Theoretical framework, forensic model, and assessment issues. Journal of Child Custody: Research, Issues, and Practice, 9(4), 250-309.

 

Martindale, D. M., Tippins, T., Ben-Porath, Y., Wittmann, J., & Austin, W. G. (2012). Assessment instrument selection should be guided by validity analysis not professional plebiscite: Response to a flawed survey. Family Court Review, 50(2), 502-507.

 

Austin, W. G. (2011). Parental gatekeeping in custody disputes. American Journal of Family Law, 25(4), 148-153.

 

Austin, W. G., Dale, M. D., Kirkpatrick, H. D., & Flens, J. R. (2011). Forensic expert roles and services in child custody litigation: Work product review and case consultation. Journal of Child Custody: Research, Issues, and Practices,8(1), 47-83.

 

Austin, W. G., Kirkpatrick, H. D., & Flens, J. R. (2011). Expert Roles in Child Custody Cases: Work Product Review, Case Consultation, and Case Analysis. Family Court Review, 49(4), 737-749.

 

Kirkpatrick, H. D., Austin, W. G., & Flens, J. R. (2011). Psychological and legal considerations in reviewing the work product of a colleague in child custody evaluation. Journal of Child Custody: Research, Issues, and Practices, 8(1), 103-123.

 

Austin, W. G. (2009). Responding to the call to child custody evaluators to justify the reason for their professional existence: Some thoughts on Kelly and Ramsey (2009). Family Court Review, 47 (3), 544-551.

 

Austin, W. G. (2008). Relocation, research and forensic evaluation: Part I: Effects of residential mobility on children of divorce. Family Court Review, 46(1), 136-149. Republished in M. K. Pruett (Ed.), Essays from the Family Court Review: Social Science Research (2013), 213-226.

 

Austin, W. G. (2008). Relocation, research and forensic evaluation: Part II: Research support for the relocation risk assessment model. Family Court Review, 46(2), 347-365. Republished in R. Deutsch (Ed.), Essays from the Family Court Review: Social Science Research (2013), 151-169.

 

Austin, W. G., & Gould, J. W. (2006). Exploring three Functions in Child Custody Evaluation for the Relocation Case: Prediction, Investigation, and Making Recommendations for a Long-Distance Parenting Plan. Journal of Child Custody: Research, Issues, and Practices, 3, 65-110.

 

Kirkpatrick, H. D., & Austin, W. G. (2005). Response to Amundson, Lux, and Hindmarch: Critique of investigative practices article. Journal of Child Custody: Research, Issues, and Practices, 2(4), 85-93.

 

Austin, W. G., & Kirkpatrick, H. D. (2004). The Investigation Component in Forensic Mental Health Evaluations: Considerations in the Case of Parenting Time Evaluations. Journal of Child Custody: Research, Issues, and Practices, 1:2, 23-43.

 

Gould, J. W., Kirkpatrick, H. D., Austin, W. G., & Martindale, D. (2004). A Framework and Protocol for Providing a Forensic Work Product Review: Application to Child Custody Evaluations. Journal of Child Custody: Research, Issues, and Practices, 1(3), 37-64.

 

Austin, W. G. (2002). Guidelines for Utilizing Collateral Sources of Information in Child Custody Evaluations. Family Court Review, 40, 177-184.

 

Austin, W. G. (2001). Partner Violence and Risk Assessment in Child Custody Evaluations. Family Court Review, 39, 483-496. Also published in Austin, W. G. (2005). Partner Violence and Risk Assessment in Child Custody Evaluations. In N. Ver Steegh (Ed.), Essays from the Family Court Review (pp. 104-117). New York: Blackwell. Originally published in Family Court Review, 39 ( 2001).

 

Austin, W. G. (2000).  A Forensic Psychology Model of Risk Assessment for Child Custody Relocation Law.  Family and Conciliation Courts Review, 38, 186-201. 


Austin, W. G. (2000).  Relocation Law and the Threshold of Harm: Integrating Legal and

            Behavioral  Perspectives. Family Law Quarterly, 34, 63-82.         

 

Austin, W. G. (2000). Risk Reduction Interventions for the Child Custody Relocation Case.  Journal of Divorce and Remarriage, 33, 65-72.

 

Austin, W. G. (2000).  Assessing Credibility in Allegations of Martial Violence in the High-Conflict Child Custody Case.  Family and Conciliation Courts Review, 38, 462-477.

 

Austin, W. G., Williams, T. A., III, Worchel, S., Wentzel, A. A. & Siegel,  D. (1981).

Effect of mode of adjudication, presence of defense counsel, and favorability of verdict on observer's evaluation of a criminal trial, Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 11, 281-300.

 

Austin, W. G. (1979). The concept of "dessert" and its influence on simulated decision

            makers' sentencing decisions, Law & Human Behavior, 3, 163-186.

 

Austin, W. G., Friedman, J.D., Martz, R.A. Hooe, G.S., & Ball, K.P. (1978). Responses to favorable sex discrimination,  Law & Human Behavior, 1, 283-298.

 

Austin, W. G. & Williams, T.A., III. (1977). A survey of judges' responses to simulated legal cases: A research note on sentencing disparity. Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology. 68, 306-310.


Book Chapters

 

Cashmore, J., Parkinson, P.,Taylor, N., Austin, W. G. (2015, in press). Relocation, research, and child custody disputes. In. L. Drozd & M. Saini (Eds.), Parenting plan evaluations: Applied research for the family court, sec. ed. (pp. xx).  New York: Oxford University Press.

 

Abidin, R. R., Austin, W. G, & Flens, J. R. (2013).  The Parenting Stress Index. In R. P. Archer & E. M. A. Wheeler (Eds.), Forensic uses of clinical assessment instruments (2nd ed.; pp. 346-379). New York: Routledge.

 

Austin, W. G. (2012).  Relocation, research, and child custody disputes. In K. Kuehnle &  L. Drozd (Eds.), Parenting plan evaluations: Applied research for the family court (540-559).  New York: Oxford University Press.

 

Austin, W. G. (2012). Relocation Disputes in Colorado: Continuing Issues and Guidelines for Evaluators. In R. M. Smith  & S. A. Thomas (Eds.), Advocates for children: The CLR, CFI, and PRE in Colorado. Denver: Colorado Bar Association (pp. 227-244). Denver: Colorado Bar Association.

 

Austin, W. G. (2010). Relocation and forensic mental health evaluation in Colorado: Issues involving very young children. In R. M. Smith (Ed.), The role of the child and family investigator and the child’s legal representative in Colorado. Denver: Colorado Bar Association (pp. C-1 – C-23). Denver: Colorado Bar Association.

 

Austin, W. G. (2009). The child and family investigator's evaluation for the relocation case. In R. M. Smith (Ed.), The role of the child and family investigator and the child’s legal representative in Colorado (pp. C9-1 – C9-24). Denver: Colorado Bar Association.

 

Austin, W. G., Thomas, S., & Arnold, A. (2009). Domestic violence: Assessment of the issue of intimate partner violence by the Child and Family Investigator. In R. M. Smith (Ed.), The role of the child and family investigator and the child’s legal representative in Colorado (pp. C17-1 – C17-27). Denver: Colorado Bar Association.

 

Shuman, D. W. & Austin, W. G., &. (2008). Return of the ultimate issue issue: Talking to the court in child sexual abuse cases. In M. Connell & K. Kuehnle (Eds.). Critical issues in child sexual abuse assessment (pp. 491-500). New York: Wiley.

 

Austin, W. G. (2007).The child and family investigator's evaluation for the relocation case. In R. M. Smith (Ed.), The role of the child and family investigator and the child’s legal representative in Colorado. Denver: Colorado Bar Association (pp. C9-1 – C9-24). Denver: Colorado Bar Association.

 

Abidin, R., & Flens, J. R., & Austin, W. G (2006). The Parenting Stress Index. In R. P. Archer (Ed.), Clinical assessment instruments in forensic settings: Uses and limitations (pp. 297-328). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

 

Austin, W. G. (2006).The child and family investigator's evaluation for the relocation case. In R. M. Smith (Ed.), The role of the child and family investigator and the child’s legal representative in Colorado. Denver: Colorado Bar Association (pp. C9-1 – C9-20. Denver: Colorado Bar Association.

 

Austin, W. G. (2005). The child and family investigator's evaluation for the relocation case. In R. M. Smith (Ed.), The role of the child and family investigator and the child’s legal representative in Colorado (pp. C9-1 – C9-28). Denver: Colorado Bar Association.

 

Austin, W. G. (2005). Partner Violence and Risk Assessment in Child Custody Evaluations. In N. Ver Steegh (Ed.), Essays from the Family Court Review (pp. 104-117). New York: Blackwell. Originally published in Family Court Review, 39 ( 2001).

 

Austin, W. G., & Gould, J. W. (2006). Exploring three Functions in Child Custody Evaluation for the Relocation Case: Prediction, Investigation, and Making Recommendations for a Long-Distance Parenting Plan. In P. M. Stahl & L. M. Drozd (Eds.), Relocation issues in child custody cases (pp. 63-108). New York: Hawthorne. [Originally published in Journal of Child Custody: Research, Issues, and Practices, 2006, 3, 65-110.]

 

Austin W. G. & Tobiasen, J. (1984). Legal justice and the psychology of conflict resolution. In R. Folger (Ed.), The Sense of Injustice: Social Psychological Perspectives.  New York: Plenum.

 

Austin, W. G. & Utne, M.D. (1974). Sentencing: Discretion and justice in judicial decision making. In B.D. Sales (Ed.),  Psychology in the legal process.  New York: Spectrum, 363-394.

 

Austin, W. G., Walster, E., & Utne, M.K. (1976).  Equity and the law:  Effects of a harmdoer's "suffering in the act" on liking and assigned punishment.  In L. Berkowitz & E. Walster (Eds.), Advances in experimental social psychology, Vol. 9.  New York: Academic Press, 163-189.

 

Other Psychology & Law Publications


Austin, W. G. (1976). Making sense of affirmative action. ASA Footnotes, 4 (November), 2.

 

Austin, W. G. (1976). Some observations on the study of psychology and law. American Legal Studies Newsletter, 3 (November), 7-12.

 

CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY


Austin, W. G. (1987). Anxiety disorders.  In C.R. Reynolds & L. Mann (Eds.), Encyclopedia of special education, Vol. 1, 104-107. New York: Wiley.

 

Austin, W. G. (1987). Childhood psychoses. In C.R. Reynolds & L. Mann (Eds.), Encyclopedia of special education, Vol. 1, 311-313. New York: Wiley.

 

Austin, W. G. (1987). Psychoneurotic disorders. In C.R. Reynolds & L. Mann (Eds.), Encyclopedia of special education, Vol. 3, 1273-1275. New Work: Wiley.

 

Austin, W. G. &  Tobiasen, J. (1982). Moral evaluation in intimate relationships. In J. Greenberg & R. Cohen (Eds.), Equity and justice in social behavior.  New York. Academic Press, 25-68.

 

SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY


BOOKS


Worchel, S., & Austin, W. G. (1986). (Eds.), The psychology of intergroup relations. Chicago: Nelson-Hall.

 

Austin, W. G. & Worchel, S. (Eds.) (1979). The social psychology of intergroup relations. Monterey, CA: Brooks/Cole.

 

Collaborator on Walster, E., Walster, G.W. & Berschied, E. (1978). Equity: Theory and research.  Boston, Allyn & Bacon.


BOOK CHAPTERS


Austin, W. G. (1986). Justice in intergroup conflict. In S. Worchel & W.G. Austin (Eds.) The psychology of intergroup relations. Chicago: Nelson-Hall, 153-175.

 

Austin, W. G & Hatfield, E. (1980). Equity theory, power, and social justice. In G. Mikula (Ed.) Gerechtigkeit and soziale interaction.  Ben Switzerland: Huber, 25-68.  Justice and social interaction.  Bern Switzerland: Huber, 25-68.  Justice and social interaction.  New York: Springer-Verlag, 25-68.

 

Austin, W. G. (1979). Justice, freedom and self interest in intergroup relations. In W.G. Austin & S. Worchel (Eds.), The social psychology of inergroup relations.  Monterey, CA: Brooks/Cole, 121-143. (Honorable mention award in the 1977 Gordon Allport intergroup relations competitions sponsored by the Society for the psychological Study of Social Issues & Division 9 of APA.)

 

Austin, W. G. (1977). Equity theory and social comparison processes. In J. Suls & R. Miller (Eds.), Social Comparison Theory: Theoretical and Empirical Perspectives. Hemisphere, CA, 279-305.


JOURNAL ARTICLES


Austin, W. G., McGinn, N.C. & Susmilch, C. (1980). Internal standards revisited: Effects of social comparisons and expectancies on judgments of fairness and satisfaction, Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 16,  426-441.

 

Austin, W. G. (1980). Friendship and fairness: Effect of type of relationship and task performance on choice of distribution rules. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 6 402-48.

 

Austin, W. G. (1979). Sex differences in bystander intervention in a theft.  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 37, 2110-2120.

 

Friedman, J. D. & Austin, W. G. (1978). Observers' reactions to an innocent victim: Effect of characterological information and degree of suffering.  Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 4, 569-574.

 

Austin, W. G. & McGinn, N.C. (1977). Sex differences in choice of distribution rule. Journal of Personality, 45, 374-394.

 

Austin, W. G. (1975). Observer's reactions to transrelational justice. Sociometry. 38, 474-496.

 

Austin, W. G. & Walster, E. (1974). Participants' reactions to "equity with the world," Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 10, 528-548.

 

Austin, W. G. & Susmilch, C. (1974). Comment on Lane and Messe's confusing clarification of equity theory. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 30, 208-216.

 

Austin, W. G. & Walster, E. (1974). Reactions to confirmations and disconfirmations of expectancies of equity and inequity. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 30, 208-216.                                                                                                                                                                                               

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