“Robert Emery keeps his eyes and yours, glued on children, while guiding parents through an evidence-based approach to raising children in two homes. I highly recommend this book to parents and their co-parents.”
Joanne Pedro-Carroll, Ph. D.
Author of Putting Children First, clinical psychologist, and child specialist
“An invaluable guide and resource for parents working together to raise their children after divorce or separation. [Emery’s] advice and insight are sensible, sympathetic, and scientifically sound.”
Jennifer E. McIntosh
Professor of psychology and founder ChildrenBeyondDispute.com
“Emery is a rare find: an acclaimed divorce scientist and mediator who knows the realities of separated parenting. His advice is educative, reassuring, and motivating, and will go a long way to enabling parents to help their children thrive between two homes.”
Jennifer E. McIntosh
Professor of psychology and founder ChildrenBeyondDispute.com
“I recommend this book to all those who proclaim that their primary concern is the well-being of children of separation and divorce. Dr. Emery provides practical guidance to parents, lawyers, judges, mediators—just call him Coach!”
Hon. Ann Sundt (ret.)

About Robert E. Emery, Ph.D.

Author, researcher, therapist, and mediator

Robert Emery, Ph.D. is Professor of Psychology and Director of the Center for Children, Families, and the Law at the University of Virginia, where he has spent his entire academic career (beginning in 1981). He was Director of Clinical Training at UVA from 1993-2002. He received his B.A. from Brown University in 1974 and his Ph.D. from the State University of New York at Stony Brook in 1982.