Dr. Stanley S. Clawar, has been asked to address the Nevada Family Law Bar Association.
Dr. Stanley S. Clawar, our Chair of Undergraduate Clinical Sociology, Forensic Sociology/Criminology & Deaf Studies Programs as well as Director of the Graduate Programs in Forensic / Criminology has been asked to address the Nevada Family Law Bar Association in March of 2017. His topic will be Pathogenic Parenting and Reunification: A 2-Part Puzzle with Solutions He has also been asked in March to address the Supreme Court Judges of Nevada on The Experts Opine: Valid, Invalid, and Dangerous Input to the Courts. In August 2017 he has been asked to address the Family Law Section of the American Bar Association in New York City at their Annual Meeting. His topic will be Therapy Schmerapy – What Works and What Doesn’t: Setting Up a Meaningful Plan for Change. His text, (co –authored by Brynne Rivlin, M.S., L.C.S.W., M.S.M. – a Rosemont graduate) Children Held Hostage: Identifying Brainwashed Children, Presenting a Case, and Crafting Solutions published by the American Bar Association Family Law Section is used by Therapists, Judges, Guardians, Academics, and Evaluators throughout the country.
To discuss any of our Rosemont programs you can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org or 610-527-0200 ext. 2356.