Please join ICCI in a discussion about how attachment theory and science can be applied in family law. We would like to hear your thoughts and concerns about the value and limits of attachment, and explore how to use attachment to promote better judicial decision making, improved parenting investigations, and enhanced legal representation, to improve the lives of parents and children.
- Does attachment inform us about parenting time schedules for children under five, and if so how?
- What are the best resources for learning about attachment and using for supporting arguments in court cases?
- Can attachment patterns inform parenting experts (guardian ad litem’s, parenting evaluators/investigators, coaches, etc.), and if so, how?
- What attachment models and measures do you use and what are the benefits and limits of each model?
- How do you see attachment being misused and how those problems be rectified?
- How reliable are attachment measures, and how do we know an individual evaluator is a reliable evaluator?
The Attachment Listening Project (ALP) involves one-on-one interviews and small group sessions. Contact us at Info@ICC.Institute to join the ALP and contribute your thoughts to the discussion.