Joan Kelly: Use of Facilitative Model in Research – Video

Joan Kelly explains that while she used a facilitative model while doing her research, she now usually ends up using elements of all the mediation styles: transformative, facilitative, and evaluative.

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Joan B. Kelly, Ph.D.

Joan B. Kelly, Ph.D. is a clinical child psychologist. For 45 years, her research, practice, teaching and publications have focused on research in children’s adjustment to divorce, custody and access issues, divorce and custody mediation, applications of child development research to custody and parenting plans, and Parenting Coordination.  She has… MORE >

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