dsc

Dr. Irwin Sandler

Dr. Irwin Sandler and his colleagues have been conducting research on factors that are associated with children’s adjustment following divorce. He has been particularly interested in understanding factors that lead to child resilience or positive child adjustment following divorce. Dr. Sandler's research finds that multiple factors contribute to children’s resilience, particularly the quality of parenting provided by both the mother and the father following divorce and children’s ability to cope effectively with the stressors that often follow the divorce of their parents. He and his colleagues have developed and experimentally evaluated programs to promote resilience following divorce and have found multiple positive benefits for children, lasting up to 15 years following the program.

Dr. Sandler is a Research Professor in the Department of Psychology at Arizona State University, and is a Fellow in the American Psychological Association and the Society for Prevention Research. He has received an award from the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts for his research on divorce. Dr. Sandler is the author of over 200 publications in scholarly and scientific journals, and is a partner in Family Transitions: Programs that Work, LLC that markets programs to promote child resilience following divorce. He is a contributing expert at HopeAfterDivorce.org.

Legal Disclaimer- Important Information Regarding the Use of This Website

This website is intended to provide general information only. No legal advice is provided or intended to be provided on this website or through communication with any representative on behalf of Divorce Support Center. Each case rests on its own unique set of facts and the general information provided in this website cannot be relied upon to make legal decisions. Other laws not addressed in this website may govern your case. While the information provided in this website is believed to be accurate, the law is constantly changing and no information contained in this website may be relied upon. Visitors to the website use the information contained herein at their own risk. Visitors to the website are urged to seek out competent legal counsel who can apply the current law to the unique facts of their case. No warranties or guarantees, either express or implied, are given.
 
Under no circumstances does this website, directly or indirectly, including but not limited to, communication by any means to or from Divorce Support Center , establish or intend to establish an attorney-client relationship between you and Divorce Support Center , as Divorce Support Center is not a law firm, and therefore does not and cannot render legal advice to the general public and is not engaged in the practice of law. Should you desire legal representation, Divorce Support Center may be able to refer a licensed attorney in your area, upon request.