August 14, 2023 – ICSP Conference
Gene C. Colman Introduction: Here is a media release from the ICSP. You now have a great opportunity to hear some outstanding speakers and gain cutting edge information about Equal Shared Parenting.
The Sixth International Conference on Shared Parenting
held on May 5-7, 2023, in Athens, Greece
Full Conference Video Proceedings now available online
As the world’s leading organization devoted to the study of shared parenting and the best interests of children after parental separation, the International Council on Shared Parenting (ICSP) has concluded its Sixth International Conference on Shared Parenting, held in Athens, Greece, on May 5-7, 2023.
The entire video proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Shared Parenting have now been uploaded on our video platform and are available via post-registration at the nominal rate of 40 EUR. These include all 100+ presentations at the conference, including all plenary, workshop, round table and panel presentations as well as Q&A.
Registration is now open at the conference website: athens-2023.org
This is an opportunity for you to view the latest scientific research as well as presentations on best practices in law and mental health practice on shared parenting, parental alienation and the best interests of children and families undergoing separation and divorce. The theme of our sixth international conference was, New Paradigms: Advances in Research and Practice on Shared Parenting. Our subthemes included: International Comparisons in Shared Parenting Law, Best Practices in Child- and Family-Friendly Justice, Best Practices in Child- and Family-Friendly Mental Health Intervention, Experiences of Children and Families Affected by Domestic Violence and Parental Alienation and Overcoming Barriers to the Establishment of Shared Parenting in Law. The videos from the conference workshops are grouped according to these five subthemes.
Detailed speaker information is available in the conference booklet.
The Athens conference was our most ambitious to date, in regard to the number and wide scope breadth of the presentations on offer, and we are now able to share this rich store of information with a wider audience.
The Council’s goals are, first, the advancement of scientific knowledge on the needs and best interests of children whose parents are living apart, and second, to formulate evidence-based recommendations about the legal, judicial and practical implementation of shared parenting. The Council has compiled a large database of new research on child and family outcomes in shared parenting families and seeks to integrate this scientific knowledge into family law and professional practice.