KENNETH WALDRON IS A PSYCHOLOGIST AT MONONA MEDIATION AND COUNSELING IN WISCONSIN. HE SPECIALIZES IN CHILD AND ADOLESCENT PSYCHOLOGY, PARTICULARLY IN DIVORCE AND FAMILY LAW.
Kenneth H. Waldron, Ph.D., currently works at Monona Mediation and Counseling in Wisconsin. He was trained as a child psychologist, specializing in child and adolescent psychology and adoptions. He was trained in divorce mediation in the late 1970’s and began working with families in the context of the family law arena. By 1985 he had a practice devoted solely to family law work. He performed custody evaluations for several jurisdictions in California, developed a mediation practice and also developed one of the early parent education programs for parents. He also developed a treatment model for coparenting counseling, which over time has expanded to include specialty treatment programs for unique problems, such as parent-child estrangement. He helped establish the parent education program in Madison Wisconsin and helped design and establish a group coparenting counseling program in Illinois. He has served as expert witness in numerous states and in Canada, both as family evaluator and as expert on social science research related to divorce. He has been trained in collaborative Divorce as Child Specialist and Coach.
Dr. Waldron has presented on topics related to families with divorced/separated parents in jurisdictions around the United States to lawyers, judges, mediators and mental health practitioners. He regularly has presented to students at the University of Wisconsin Law School.
He has published in both local and nationwide journals on various topics related to children of divorce and has published books on parent education and the effects of divorce on children.
Dr. Waldron is a founding member of the Wisconsin Chapter of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (AFCC) and is currently on the board of the chapter. He has also served on the board of the Wisconsin Inter-professional Committee on Divorce. His current practice is devoted to serving as court appointed expert, performing custody evaluations and testifying to social science research, divorce mediation, coparenting counseling, and specialty counseling for problems associated with divorce.
He is the author of numerous articles and several books with co-author Allan Koritizinsky, JD, including:
Game Theory & the Transformation of Family Law
Co-parenting Training Workbook
Winning Strategies in Negotiation & Mediation