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G. Andrew H. Benjamin, J.D., Ph.D., ABPP
Director

Parenting Evaluation Training Program
William H. Gates Hall, Box 353020
Seattle, WA 98195-3020

T: 206.616.6220

E-mail: gahb54@u.washington.edu

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Information

Articles
Visit this page to see recent articles by Dr. Benjamin.

Training
Dr. Benjamin provides intensive tutorial consultation for those who would like to become certified by PETP as an evaluator for high conflict family law cases. Please forward a copy of your license, and a resume or curriculum vitae.

Co-Parent Psychotherapy
Information on what co-parent psychotherapy is, what to expect, and how to begin the process.

Workshop: How to Build A Successful Practice in Psychology at the Crossroads of Law and Behavioral Health

Workshop Brochure Template (.pdf)
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PETP Graduates
View this page for a list of evaluators conducting parenting evaluations in the Puget Sound area.

Book: Family Evaluation in Custody Litigation: Reducing Risks of Ethical Infractions and Malpractice
(Benjamin & Gollan, 2003, American Psychological Association Press)

 

University of Washington Home Page

 

January 1, 2009

More information about other areas of Dr. Benjamin's practice can be found at his profile on LinkedIn.

Since publishing Family Evaluation in Custody Litigation: Reducing Risks of Ethical Infractions and Malpractice (Benjamin & Gollan, 2003, American Psychological Association Press), word has spread about PETP's protocol for conducting parenting evaluations. A burst of training occurred in other jurisdictions around the United States and Canada. Workshops and training in other jurisdictions continue to occur.

After 18 years in operation, PETP has prepared more than 120 accomplished mental health and law professionals to work effectively as evaluators and treatment personnel. Using the protocols developed by the program, they have learned to protect the interests of vulnerable children and help resolve high-conflict family law litigation. A list of PETP graduates now conducting parenting evaluations and co-parent counseling in Western Washington is available on the "Graduates" page of this Web site.

For those who are visiting this Web site for a clinical case referral, please refer any high conflict family law evaluation cases or co-parenting psychotherapy cases to the PETP graduates that are available on the "Graduates" page.

Because of new duties, the only individual training that Dr. Benjamin now provides is intensive tutorial consultation for those who would like to become certified by PETP. Please forward a copy of your license, and a resume or curriculum vitae if you would like to pursue certification.

Please e-mail the information to: gahb54@u.washington.edu.