Honey Sheff

17110 Dallas Parkway
Dallas, Texas 75248
United States
Office Phone: 972-733-0075
Member since 2005
Membership Type: IACP


Mental Health Professional

Dr. Honey Sheff is a licensed Clinical Psychologist, and holds a Graduate Certificate Degree in Dispute Resolution. She has over 40 years of clinical experience, with, expertise in family issues, divorce, and family violence. She worked within the Family Courts for more than 25 years, and was frequently appointed to conduct psychological evaluations for the purposes of custody and visitation recommendations, as well as domestic and child abuse determinations. She testified as an expert witness in family and civil court cases. In the last 20 years, her clinical practice has included frequent appointments as Co-Parenting Counselor during and subsequent to divorce. She was on the faculty of the University of Texas Southwestern
Medical Center, and taught for 17 years at the University of Texas at Dallas.

Her current work is focused in Collaborative Practice, where she serves in the roles of Neutral Mental Health Professional and Child Specialist, and in Parenting Coordination, helping families during and after divorce. She lectures and trains locally and nationally, makes radio and television appearances, and is a member of many professional organizations, including, TPA, CDT, CDD, AFCC and IACP

Area(s) of Practice: Mediation, Teaching, Trainer
License(s): Licensed Psychologist ~National Health Service Provider

Professional Activities

Therapy/Counseling ~Collaborative Team Practice ~CoParenting Counselor ~Parenting Coordinator ~Mediation ~Attorney Consultation

Undergraduate Education

B.A./1975/ from Queens College/City University of New York/Honors included Undergraduate Valedictorian, Phi Beta Kappa, Summa Cum Laude, Robert S. Woodworth Medal in Psychology

Postgraduate Education

M.A./1978 & Ph.D./1981 in Clinical Psychology from State University of New York at Stony Brook
<br>Graduate Certificate Degree in Dispute Resolution/2001 from Southern Methodist University


Actively participate as the mental health professional on interdisciplinary teams in collaborative practice. Serve as divorce coach, child specialist, neutral mental health expert and mediator. Serve as agreed upon Parenting Coordinator or CoParenting Counselor. Consider Collaborative practice as the most effective way to help couples divorce, with respect and dignity, while maintaining maximum control over the process and maximizing the benefits to their children.