Jeffrey Zimmerman

New York Association of Collaborative Professionals
29 Todd Rd.
Katonah, Connecticut 10536
United States
Office: 914-595-4040
Member since 2006
Membership Type: IACP
Profession(s): Mental Health Professional
Area(s) of Practice: Child Specialist, Divorce Coach
License(s): Psychologist, CT ~Psychologist, NY
Professional Activities: For over 20 years I have worked using innovative and unique intervention strategies with high-conflict divorcing and divorced families. I have trained other mental health professionals in these strategies and co-authored two books on divorce. I am pleased to participate in collaborative practice as a natural extension of this work.
Education:
Undergraduate:
The American University, Washington, D.C., B.S. Psychology 1975, Magna cum laude

Post-graduate:
The University of Mississippi, University, MS, Masters Degree, Clinical Psychology, 1978
The University of Mississippi, University, MS, Doctor of Philosophy, Clinical Psychology, 1980
Comments: I am committed to helping parents make healthy decisions on behalf of their children and reducing the conflict and hostility that is so often associated with the divorce process. Children need their parents to parent and not be involved in endless battles with each other. While divorce is the end of a marriage, it should not, in my opinion, be the end of the family. Families continue throughout the lives of the children.