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Garber, Benjamin D. (2016). Holding Tight/Letting Go: Raising Healthy Kids in Anxious Times. (http://unhookedbooks.com/letting-go-holding-tight/) ISBN 978-1-936268-94-8.

 

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Garber, Benjamin D. (2015). The Roadmap to The Parenting Plan Worksheet. Unhooked Media. ISBN 978-1-936268-34-4.

 

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Garber, Benjamin D. (2015). Ten Child-centered Forensic Family Evaluation Tools: An Empirically Annotated Users’ Guide. Unhooked Media (http://unhookedbooks.com/ten-child-centered-forensic-family-evaluation-tools/). ISBN 978-1-936268-96-2.

 


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Garber, Benjamin D. (2014). “The role of attachment theory and methodology in the allocation of post-divorce parenting rights and responsibilities.” In Poitras, K. (ed.), L’enfant et le litige en matière de garde – Regards psychologiques et juridiques.

 

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Garber, Benjamin D. (2013). “Providing effective, systemically informed, child-centered psychotherapies for children of divorce: Walking on thin ice:.” In A. Baker and R. Sauber (Eds.), Working with alienated children and families: A clinical guidebook. New York: Routledge.



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Garber, Benjamin D. (2009). Developmental Psychology for Family Law Professionals: Theory, Application and The Best Interests of the Child. Springer. ISBN 978-082610525-7

 


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Garber, Benjamin D. (2009). Ask an Expert (Serving as consulting psychologist to Penguin Books, NY),  written by Dr. Tanya Byron. ISBN 978-0-7566-5147-3

 

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Garber, Benjamin D. (2008). Keeping Kids Out Of The Middle: Parenting Effectively In The Midst Of Adult Conflict, Separation and Divorce. Health Communications, Incorporated. ISBN 878-0-7573-0711-9


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Garber, Benjamin D. (2008). Your Toddler Month By Month (Serving as consulting psychologist to Penguin Books, NY),  written by Dr. Tanya Byron. ISBN 978-0-7566-3360-8


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Garber, Benjamin D. (2003; revised 2015) The HealthyParent’s ABCs: A Caregiving Curriculum. HealthyParent.com. ISBN 09773322-1-7

 

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Garber, Benjamin D. (1998; revised 2000, 2002, 2003) Taming The Beast Within: Managing Anger For Ourselves And Our
              Children
, HealthyParent.com. ISBN 0-9773322-4-1

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Birnbaum, R.; Saini, M. & Garber, B. (in preparation 2016). Parenting Coordination 2.0: A survey of contemporary practices and future directions.

 

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Garber, Benjamin D. (2016). Exploring a process-oriented forensic family observation protocol. Family Court Review, 54(2), 261-276.

 

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Garber, Benjamin D. (2015). Cognitive-behavioral methods in high conflict divorce: Systematic desensitization adapted to parent-child reunification interventions. Family Court Review, 53(1), 96-112.

 

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Garber, Benjamin D. (2014). The chameleon child: Children as actors in the high conflict divorce drama. Journal of Child Custody, 11, 1-16.

 

 

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Garber, Benjamin D. (2013). Distinguishing among mental health services relevant to family law process. New Hampshire Bar
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Garber, Benjamin D. (2012) Security by association? Mapping attachment theory onto family law practice. Family Court Review, 50(3), 467-470.

                                                       

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Garber, Benjamin D. (February, 2011). The Voice Of The Child In High Conflict Divorce: Systemic, Developmental, and Practical Considerations. Paper prepared for presentation to the Ontario Bar Association. [pdf format - unpublished]

 

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Garber, Benjamin D. (2009). Attachment methodology in custody evaluation: Four hurdles standing between developmental theory and forensic application. Journal of Child Custody, 6(1&2), 38-61.

 

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Garber, B. (2007). Conceptualizing visitation resistance and refusal in the context of parental conflict, separation and divorce. Family Court Review, (4)1, 588-599.

 

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Garber, Benjamin D. (2007). Developing a structured interview tool for children embroiled in family litigation and forensic mental health services: The Query Grid. Journal of Forensic Psychology Practice, 7(1), 1-18.

 

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Garber, Benjamin D. & Landerman, L. (Summer, 2006). How should the child’s voice be heard when parental rights and responsibilities are contested? New Hampshire Bar Journal.

 

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Garber, Benjamin D. (2004). Parental alienation in light of attachment theory: Consideration of the broader implications for child development, clinical practice and forensic process. Journal of Child Custody, 1(4), 49-76.

 

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Garber, Benjamin D. (October, 2004). Court responsibility and parental privilege in child custody cases. New Hampshire Bar News, 15(8), 24-25.

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Garber, Benjamin D. (2004). Therapist alienation: Foreseeing and forestalling dynamics undermining therapies with children. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 35(4) 357-363.

 

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Garber, Benjamin D. (2004). Directed co-parenting intervention: Conducting child centered interventions in parallel with highly conflicted co-parents. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 35(1), 55-64.

 

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Garber, Benjamin D. (February, 2001). ADHD or not ADHD: Custody and visitation considerations. New Hampshire Bar News, New Hampshire Bar Assn.

 

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Garber, Benjamin D. (1998). Practical interventions for attention disordered children. Attention. Access here
Garber, Benjamin D. Garber and Landerman, Laura M. (2011). Muchmore and Jaycox: A Call for Developmentally-
            Responsive Parenting Plans.

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