VITA PERSONAL. Born: January 14, 1946 in Phoenix, Arizona Married: February 26, 1971 (Ellen M. Geffner); Daughters: Dana (2/76) and Teri (7/78)

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1 VITA Robert A. Geffner Old Grove Rd., Suite 101 San Diego, CA (858) x4050 FAX: (858) PERSONAL Born: January 14, 1946 in Phoenix, Arizona Married: February 26, 1971 (Ellen M. Geffner); Daughters: Dana (2/76) and Teri (7/78) EDUCATION Ph.D. in psychology; University of California, Santa Cruz; June, 1978 M.A. in psychology; San Jose State University, CA; January, 1973 B.S. in chemistry; UCLA, California; June, 1968 TEACHING EXPERIENCE 1998-pres. Distinguished Research Professor of Psychology; Alliant International University (AIU), San Diego, CA. Family Violence, Child Abuse Dynamics, Forensic Psychology; Dissertation supervision, continuing education, clinical and research programs, and program evaluation concerning trauma and family violence. Acting Director, Center for Forensic Studies, AIU ( ). Founding President, Institute on Violence, Abuse, & Trauma, AIU (2006-pres.) Professor ( ); Associate Professor ( ); Asst. Prof. ( ); Psychology Department, University of Texas - Tyler. Courses taught (Undergraduate): Elements of Behavior; Psychology of Sex Roles; Family Violence Networking; Social Psychology; Experimental Psych.; Laboratory in Experimental Psych; Educational Psych; Tests and Measurements; History of Psych; Psychology of Learning; Internship Program. (Graduate): Counseling Theories and Psychotherapy; Psychotherapy with Children; Advanced Study in Human Growth & Development; Advanced General Psych.; School Psych.; Assessment of Individual Mental Ability I & II; Neuropsychological Assessment I & II; Psychological Assessment of Children & Adolescents; Supervised Practicum Lecturer; Psychology Board, UC Santa Cruz. Summers: Systems of Psychotherapy; Social Psychology of Education Instructor; Psychology Board, UC Santa Cruz: Introductory Psychology; Psychology in the Classroom; Social Psychology Applied to Education; Theory & Practice of Cooperative Learning; Research Training for Educational Psychologists; Conducting Social Psychological Research in Educational Settings Instructor; Department of Psychology, West Valley Community College, Saratoga, CA. OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 2014-pres 2010-pres 2008-pres 2007-pres Editor, Journal of Child Custody, Taylor & Francis Publishers. Member, Editorial Board, Psychology of Violence, American Psychological Association. Member, Editorial Board, Psychological Trauma, American Psychological Association. Editor, Journal of Child & Adolescent Trauma, Taylor & Francis Publishers; 2014-pres - Springer Science.

2 Geffner Page Consultant, Graduate Education Foundation Medical Advisory Board, CME seminars pres Founding President, Institute on Violence, Abuse and Trauma (IVAT), Alliant International University, San Diego, CA Member, Editorial Board, Journal of Psychological Trauma (formerly, Journal of Trauma Practice), Haworth Maltreatment & Trauma Press/ Taylor & Francis Pub Co-Editor; Journal of Emotional Abuse, Haworth Press/Taylor & Francis Publishers Editor-In-Chief; Maltreatment and Trauma Program, Haworth Press pres Editor; Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment, & Trauma, Haworth/Taylor & Francis (includes Journal of Psychological Trauma and Journal of Emotional Abuse in 2009) Adjunct Faculty Member; Texas Center for the Judiciary, Austin, TX , Consultant; U.S. Navy Family Advocacy Center, San Diego, CA, and University of , Colorado, Boulder ( ); State of Hawaii Family Courts (1991), Dept. of Human & 2004 Services, Hawaii (1998), U. S. Army, Honolulu, HI ( ); Alberta, Canada Children s Services Ministry Roundtable on Family Violence & Bullying (2004) pres Editor; Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, Haworth Press/Taylor & Francis Publishers Member, Board of Governors; Violence Update, Sage Publishers Adjunct Faculty Member; National Judicial College, Reno, NV Consultant; National Center for Child Abuse and Neglect Clearinghouses , 1997, Grant Review Panel Member; U. S. Department of Health & Human Services (National 2003, , Center for Child Abuse & Neglect); National Institutes of Health (NIH) 2003; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) , Program Evaluation Consultant/Researcher; Center for Family Development, Sexual Abuse Offender and Victim Programs, Salt Lake City, UT Special Grant Review/Site Visit Committee Member; NIMH, Washington, DC. 1989; 1993 Consultant Grant Reviewer; National Science Foundation Division of Research Initiation; and Hogg Foundation in Texas Member, Editorial Board; Journal of Family Psychology, Sage Publishing Member, Board of Directors; East Texas Crisis Center and shelter, Tyler pres Consultant Reviewer; Journal of Contemporary Psychology, Clinical Psychology Review, Violence & Victims, Criminal Justice & Behavior, Journal of Elder Abuse; Haworth Press, Sage Publications, Guilford Press, Springer, John Wiley & Sons, Brunner-Mazel, Norton, Routledge, and Volcano Press Member, Editorial Board; Journal of Family Violence, Springer Science Publishing; 2012-pres 1984-pres Editor. Founding President, Family Violence & Sexual Assault Institute (formerly Family Violence Research and Treatment Program), a nonprofit international training and resource center founded in Texas and now in San Diego, CA. Research & treatment program development for spouse abuse, child maltreatment, & sexual abuse, program evaluation, consultation, training, conferences, and an international resource center concerning all aspects of family violence and sexual assault; joined with Alliant International University and formed IVAT 2006 (see above). Executive Editor of the Family Violence & Sexual Assault Bulletin ( ), internationally distributed quarterly to professionals, agencies, organizations, and centers Founder/Clinical Director, Counseling, Testing, & Psychiatric Services; Tyler & Palestine, TX. Established and directed a private practice mental health clinic with a clinical staff of 13 who provided all aspects of psychological, psychiatric, counseling & social work treatment, forensic evaluation, consultation, and diagnostic assessment Member, Board of Directors & Chair, Planning Committee; East Texas Crisis Center.

3 Geffner Page President, Board of Directors; East Texas Crisis Center, Tyler, TX: Responsible from for establishing and developing the center, its organizational structure, its administration, and advisory committees, formulating the budget and raising necessary funds, hiring staff, expanding programs, building and opening a shelter for battered women and children; also involved in community relations and council hearings Educational/Psychological Consultant; many school districts in East Texas: Supervised & provided in-service training, conducted neuropsychological & emotional evaluations pres Individual, Marriage, Family, Child Counselor/Psychologist; Adult and Family Psychiatric Medical Clinic, San Jose, CA until 1977 (Internship in Marriage, Family & Child Therapy ; Internship in Psychology ); Licensed Marriage, Family & Child Counselor/MFT (1976 pres, CA; , TX). University of Texas at Tyler Human Development Center (Post-Doctorate Experience ); Licensed Psychologist, TX since 1980, and CA since Individual, marriage and family therapy, diagnostic, psychological, & neuropsychological assessment of children & adults, group therapy, forensic & custody evaluations, expert witness, & consultation. RESEARCH AND GRANT EXPERIENCE Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Grants to Institute on Violence, Abuse & Trauma (IVAT) at Alliant International University and NPEIV (R. Geffner & J. White, Project Directors). Project to convene leaders, facilitate think tank, present findings and policies at the National Summit and International Conference on Violence, Abuse & Trauma to create systemic changes in impacting children exposed to violence & abuse ($78,800) U.S. Office of Victims of Crime, Dept. of Justice to IVAT at Alliant (R. Geffner, Project Director). Project to train allied professionals in dealing with child abuse for those with disabilities, including forensic interviewing ($499,000). 2009, 2010, U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services, Office of Women s Health Grants to IVAT & 2011 and NPEIV (R. Geffner & J. White, Project Directors). Grants to help establish the National Partnership to End Interpersonal Violence Across the Lifespan (NPEIV), conduct National Summits on Interpersonal Violence & Abuse, and facilitate think tanks to develop action plans to reduce and then end interpersonal violence ($95,800) California Office of Emergency Services Grant to Institute on Violence, Abuse & Trauma, Alliant International University (R. Geffner, Project Director). Project to train first responders in dealing with child abuse for those with disabilities ($354,000). 2005, Archstone Foundation Grants to Family Violence & Sexual Assault Institute (R. Geffner Project Director). Projects to convene and conduct think tank as part of a White House Designated Event on Aging; produce recommendations for policies and procedures for increasing awareness of elder abuse & neglect; increase attendance at the presentations at the International Conference on Violence, Abuse & Trauma in San Diego ($29,700) Falconer Foundation Grant to Family Violence & Sexual Assault Institute (R. Geffner, Project Director). Project to convene and conduct a think tank to produce recommendations for policies concerning youth who sexually offend ($23,000) Threshold Foundation and Falconer Foundation grant to Family Violence & Sexual Assault Institute (R. Geffner, Project Director). Community Awareness and Response Education (C.A.R.E.) about Children and Youth project to train pre-, early, middle, and high school teachers & other staff in identifying and reporting child abuse, teaching nonviolent conflict resolution skills anti-victimization classes for children ($49,000) U. S. Army Family Advocacy Program in Honolulu, Hawaii Project to Family Violence & Sexual Assault Institute, California School of Professional Psychology Research &

4 Geffner Page 4 Service Foundation (R. Geffner, Project Director). Training, developing a screening battery, and evaluating effectiveness of intervention and prevention programs for domestic violence ($131,000) Research Consortium on Child Maltreatment Grant to Child Assessment Center, Houston, TX (K. Bell, Ph.D., Research Director; Robert Geffner, Ph.D., Research Consultant and Steering Committee Member): Project to encourage and fund student research proposals concerning various aspects of child abuse and maltreatment National Center on Child Abuse & Neglect, Department of Health & Human Services Grant to Mount Sinai Hospital Med Center, Chicago, IL (M. Eisen, Ph.D., Principal Investigator; G. Goodman, Ph.D., Co-Investigator; Robert Geffner, Ph.D., Research Consultant): Project to study the impact of dissociation, trauma, and stress arousal on memory and suggestibility in the assessment of physically & sexually abused children FOUNDATIONS of Texas, TX Dept. of Health, TX Council of Child Welfare Boards, TX Education Agency, & TX Dept. of Human Services Grant to St. Edwards Univ., Austin, TX (T. Tutchings, Ph.D., Principal Investigator; R. Geffner, Ph.D., a Co- Principal Investigator): Project to evaluate the effectiveness of a parenting newsletter (Building Blocks), interview new parents, and assess parenting skills and child abuse prevention in 5 cities (Total Grant of $50,000 - $7,000 to R. Geffner for Tyler project) Texas Commission on Alcohol & Drug Abuse Grant to East Texas Crisis Center (R. Geffner consultant/researcher): Project for counseling & prevention of substance abuse in children of battering families, including program evaluation (Total grant of $300, $9,680 for Family Violence & Sexual Assault Institute) Texas Dept. of Criminal Justice, Community Assistance Grant to East Texas Crisis Center (R. Geffner consultant/researcher): Project for intervention and treatment of batterers, enhanced interaction with criminal justice, & program evaluation ($32,610) Hogg Foundation & UT-Tyler Grant to R. Geffner, P. Lundberg-Love, & L. Mercer: Research to investigate neuropsychological impairment & marital aggression ($22,512) Hillcrest Foundation Grants: 4 years funding of the Family Violence Research and Treatment Program's national clearinghouse, computerized reference data bases, and publication and distribution of the Family Violence Bulletin ($160,000) Texas Governor's Office, Criminal Justice Division, & Hogg Foundation Grants (to East Texas Crisis Center & Robert Geffner, FVRTP): 3 years funding to establish centralized East Texas regional counseling network for shelters/crisis centers ($114,024) Hogg Foundation Grant (to P. Lundberg-Love & R. Geffner): Research investigating characteristics of adult incest survivors and effectiveness of treatment ($22,785) J. S. Hudnall Endowed Professorship of American Affairs, UT-Tyler: Grant to study the effectiveness of a treatment program for violent couples & psychological characteristics of battered women; also to establish the Family Violence Research & Treatment Program, including a national clearinghouse for spouse abuse research ($14,000) Research consultant; Levi Strauss Foundation grant to East Texas Crisis Center, TX: Project involving the development and implementation of counseling programs for training couples to reduce their domestic violence ($30,000) , University of Texas, Tyler Research Grants (Robert Geffner PI or co-pi; some to/with , B. Hart, P. Lundberg-Love, & V. Hicks): Projects to investigate the: neuropsychological and psychological characteristics of capitol and other violent offenders; characteristics of batterers and battered women; sex-role attitudes of students & nonstudents concerning various occupations; effects of auditory vs visual modalities on short-term memory in children & college students; impact of long-term treatment on mental & physical health of adult incest survivors ($31,790).

5 Geffner Page 5 PUBLICATIONS AND TECHNICAL REPORTS Sanders, L., Geffner, R., Bucky, S, & Ribner, N. (2014). A Qualitative study of child custody evaluators beliefs and opinions. Being submitted for publication. Geffner, R., Holt, E., & Platt, S. (2014). Neuropsychological impairment and environmental risk factors in offenders facing the death penalty. Being submitted for publication. Pepiton, M. B., Zelgowski, B. R., & Geffner, R. A. (2013). Potential ethical violations: What can and does go wrong in child custody evaluations. Submitted for publication. Conradi, L., & Geffner, R. (Eds.) (2012). Female offenders of intimate partner violence: Current controversies, research, and treatment approaches. New York, NY: Routledge. Geffner, R., & Tishelman, A. C. (2011). Child and adolescent trauma across the spectrum of experience: Underserved populations and psychological abuse. Journal of Child & Adolescent Trauma, 4 (2), Tishelman, A. C., & Geffner, R. (2011). Child and adolescent trauma across the spectrum of experience: Research and clinical interventions. Journal of Child & Adolescent Trauma, 4(1) 1-7. Tishelman, A. C., & Geffner, R. (2010). Forensic, cultural and systems issues in child sexual abuse cases - Part 2: Research and practitioner issues. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, 19(6), Tishelman, A. C., & Geffner, R. (2010). Forensic, cultural and systems issues in child sexual abuse cases - Part 1: Forensic evaluations and disclosures. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, 19(5), Conradi, L., Geffner, R., Hamberger, L.K., & Lawson, G. (2009). An exploratory study of women as dominant aggressors of physical violence in their intimate relationships. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma, 18 (7), Geffner, R., Conradi, L., Geis, K., & Aranda, B. (2009). Conducting child custody evaluations in the context of family violence allegations: Practical techniques and suggestions for ethical practice. Journal of Child Custody, 6 (3/4), Geffner, R., Griffin, D. A., & Lewis III, J. (Eds.) (2009). Children exposed to violence: Current issues, interventions and research. Philadelphia, PA: Taylor & Francis Publishers. Geffner, R., Griffin, D. A., & Lewis III, J. (2008). Children exposed to violence: An often neglected social, mental health, and public health problem. Journal of Emotional Abuse, 8(1/2) Stride, S., Geffner, R., & Lincoln, A. (2008). The physiological and traumatic effects of childhood exposure to intimate partner violence. Journal of Emotional Abuse, 8(1/2) Suzuki, S. L., Geffner, R., & Bucky, S. F. (2008). The experiences of adults exposed to intimate partner violence as children: An exploratory qualitative study of resilience and protective factors. Journal of Emotional Abuse, 8(1/2) Loring, M., Marsh, J., & Geffner, R. (2007). Introduction: Animal abuse and family violence. Journal of Emotional Abuse, 7(3),1-6. Loring, M., Geffner, R., & Marsh, J. (Eds.) (2007). Animal abuse and family violence: Linkages, research, and implications for professional practice. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press. Goldenson, J., Geffner, R., Foster, S. L., & Clipson, C. R. (2007). Female domestic violence offenders: Their attachment security, trauma symptoms, and personality organization. Violence & Victims, 22 (5), Geffner, R., & Alley, D. (2007). Domestic violence: Intimate partner and child abuse. Continuing Medical Education web seminar lecture (www.cmelectures.org). Collingswood, NJ: Graduate Education Foundation. Geffner, R., Aranda, B., & Geis, K. (2006). Child sexual abuse and child custody disputes. In H. Grieco, R. Allen, and J. Friedlin (Eds.), Disorder in the courts: Mothers and their allies take on the family court (pp ). California National Organization for Women Family Law e-book Project, Sacramento, CA: CA NOW. Geffner, R., Geis, K., & Aranda, B. (2006). Family violence allegations in child custody evaluations: The overlap of family and forensic psychology. The Family Psychologist, 22 (2), Geffner, R., Braverman, M., Galasso, J., & Marsh, J. (Eds.) (2005). Aggression in organizations: Violence, abuse, and harassment at work and in schools. New York, NY: Haworth Press. Geffner, R., Crumpton-Franey, K., Geffner-Arnold, T., & Falconer, R. (Eds.) (2005). Identifying and treating youth who sexually offend: Current approaches, techniques, and research. NY, NY: Haworth. Moore, T., Crumpton-Franey. K, & Geffner, R. (2004). Assessment and treatment of youth who sexually offend: An overview. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, 13(3/4), Geffner, R., Crumpton-Franey, K., Geffner-Arnold, T., & Falconer, R. (Eds.) (2003). Identifying and treating sex offenders: Current research, approaches, and techniques. New York: Haworth Press.

6 Geffner Page 6 Geffner, R., Franey, K. C., & Falconer, R. (2003). Adult sexual offenders: Current issues and future directions. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, 12 (3/4), Geffner, R., Igelman, R. S., & Zellner, J. (Eds.) (2003). Effects of intimate partner violence on children. New York: Haworth Maltreatment & Trauma Press. Geffner, R., Igelman, R. S., & Zellner, J. (2003). Children exposed to interparental violence: A need for additional research and validated treatment programs. Journal of Emotional Abuse, 3 (1/2) Mio, J.S., Koss, M. P., Harway, M., O Neill, J. M., Geffner, R., Murphy, B. C., & Ivey, D. C. (2003). Violence against women: A silent pandemic. In J. S. Mio & G. Y. Iwamasa (Eds.), Culturally diverse mental health: The challenges of research and resistance (pp ). NY, NY: Brunner-Routledge. Koonin, M., Cabarcas, A., & Geffner, R. (2002). Treatment of women arrested for domestic violence: Women ending abusive/violent episodes respectfully (WEAVER) manual Rev ed. San Diego, CA: FVSAI. Geffner, R., & Rosenbaum, A. (Eds.) (2002). Domestic violence offenders: Current interventions, research, and implications for policies and standards. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press. Geffner, R., & Rosenbaum, A. (2001). Domestic violence offenders: Treatment and intervention standards. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma, 5(2) 1-9. Rosenbaum, A., & Geffner, R. (2001). Future directions in mandated standards for domestic violence offenders. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma, 5(2) Geffner, R., Loring, M., & Young, C. (Eds.) (2001). Bullying behavior: Research, interventions, and prevention. New York, NY: Haworth Maltreatment & Trauma Press. Franey, K., Geffner, R, & Falconer, R. (Eds.) (2001). The cost of child maltreatment: Who pays? We all do. San Diego, CA: Family Violence & Sexual Assault Institute. Jaffe, P. G., Sudermann, M., & Geffner, R. (2000). Emerging issues for children exposed to domestic violence. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma, 3(1), 1-7. Geffner, R., Jaffe, P. G., & Sudermann, M. (Eds.) (2000). Children exposed to domestic violence: Current research, interventions, prevention, & policy development. New York: Haworth Press. Geffner, R., with Mantooth, C. (2000). Ending spouse/partner abuse: A psychoeducational approach for individuals and couples (including Participant Workbook and Spanish translation). NY: Springer. Jaffe, P. G., & Geffner, R. (1998). Child custody disputes and domestic violence: Critical issues for mental health, social service, and legal professionals. In G. Holden, R. Geffner, & E. Jouriles (Eds.), Children exposed to marital violence: Theory, research, and applied issues (pp ). Washington, DC: American Psych Assoc. Holden, G., Geffner, R., & Jouriles, E. (Eds.). (1998). Children exposed to marital violence: Theory, research, and applied issues. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. Millikin, M., Geffner, R., & Lloyd, C. (1998). Spouse/partner maltreatment: A categorized bibliography and reference list. Tyler, TX: Family Violence & Sexual Assault Institute. Geffner, R., Sorenson, S. B., & Lundberg-Love, P. K. (Eds.). (1997). Violence and sexual abuse at home: Current issues, interventions, and research in spousal battering and child maltreatment. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Maltreatment & Trauma Press. Rosenbaum, A., Geffner, R., & Benjamin, S. (1997). A biopsychosocial model for understanding relationship aggression. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment, & Trauma, 1, Geffner, R. (1997). Family violence: Current issues, interventions, and research. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment, & Trauma, 1, American Psychological Association Ad Hoc Committee on Legal and Ethical Issues in the Treatment of Interpersonal Violence (R. Geffner, member & co-author). (1996). Professional, ethical, and legal issues concerning interpersonal violence, maltreatment and related trauma. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. [A revised edition also published in 1997]. American Psychological Association Ad Hoc Committee on Legal and Ethical Issues in the Treatment of Interpersonal Violence (R. Geffner, member & co-author). (1996). Potential problems for psychologists working with the area of interpersonal violence. Washington, DC: APA. American Psychological Association Presidential Task Force on Violence and the Family (R. Geffner, member & co-author). (1996). Violence and the family: Report of the APA Presidential Task Force. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. American Psychological Association Presidential Task Force on Violence and the Family (R. Geffner, member & co-author) (1996). Issues and dilemmas in family violence. Washington, DC: APA.

7 Geffner Page 7 Harway, M., Hansen, M., Rossman, B. B. R., Geffner, R., & Deitch, I. (1996). Families affected by domestic violence. In M. Harway (Ed.), Treating the changing family: Handling normative and unusual events (pp ). New York, NY: John Wiley & Sons. Geffner, R. (1995). Standards for batterer intervention: Editor s response. Family Violence & Sexual Assault Bulletin, 11 (3-4), Geffner, R., with Mantooth, C. (1995). A psychoeducational approach for ending wife/partner abuse: A program manual for treating individuals and couples. Tyler, TX: Family Violence and Sexual Assault Institute. Committee on Professional Practice and Standards, American Psychological Association (R. Geffner, Adjunct consultant and contributor of the section on assessment). (1995). Twenty-four questions (and answers) about professional practice in the area of child abuse. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 26 (4), Falconer, R., Clinton, R. L., Geffner, R., et al (Eds.). (1995). Trauma, amnesia, and the denial of abuse. Tyler, TX: Family Violence & Sexual Assault Institute. Geffner, R., Barrett, M. J., & Rossman, B. B. (1995). Domestic violence and sexual abuse: Multiple systems perspectives. In R. H. Mikesell, D. D. Lusterman, & S. H. McDaniel (Eds.), Integrating family therapy: Handbook of family psychology and systems theory (pp ). Washington, D. C.: American Psychological Association. Lipchik, E., & Geffner, R. (1994). Recent research concerning domestic violence: A comment on Jacobson's findings. Family Therapy News, February, 21. Harway, M., Boyd-Franklin, N., Geffner, R., et al. (1993). Non-normative events and family functioning: The role of the family psychologist. Family Psychologist, 9(1), Geffner, R. (1993). Domestic violence conjoint groups: A combined treatment program. San Diego, CA: Family Advocacy Center, U.S. Navy. Lundberg-Love, P. K., Marmion, S., Ford, K., Geffner, R., & Peacock, L. (1992). The long-term consequences of childhood incestuous victimization upon adult women's symptomatology. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, 1, Geffner, R. (1992). Current issues and future directions in child sexual abuse. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, 1, Geffner, R., Roberts, R., Ford, K., Marmion, S., Lundberg-Love, P., & Mercer, L. (1992). Neuropsychological impairment and marital aggression: Preliminary results of a pilot study (Tech. Research Report to Hogg Foundation). Tyler, TX: Family Violence & Sexual Assault Institute. Geffner, R. (1992). 1) Introduction: Treatment approaches at various stages in abusive relationships; 2) Guidelines for using mediation with abusive couples. Psychotherapy in Private Practice, 10, 63-65, Geffner, R., & Rosenbaum, A. (1992). Brain impairment and family violence. In D. Templer, L. Hartlage, & W. G. Cannon (Eds.), Preventable brain damage: Brain vulnerability and brain health (pp ). NY: Springer. Geffner, R., Cartwright, W. K., Patrick, S., & Hartt, K. (1992). Spouse/partner abuse: A categorized bibliography and reference list: Update Tyler, TX: FVSAI. Geffner, R., Cartwright, W. K., & Patrick, S. (1992). 1) Sexual abuse/incest survivor categorized bibliography and reference list; 2) Child physical abuse/neglect categorized bibliography and reference list; 3) Elder/parent abuse categorized bibliography and reference list Tyler, TX: Family Violence & Sexual Assault Institute. Geffner, R., Peacock, L., & James, S. (1991). Spouse/partner abuse: A categorized bibliography and reference list: Update Tyler, TX: Family Violence & Sexual Assault Institute. Geffner, R., & McClure, R. (1990). Changing sex-role attitudes with education: Can it be done? (Research Report). Tyler, TX: UT-Tyler (ERIC Document Reproduction Services, No. ED ). Geffner, R., & Pagelow, M. D. (1990). Mediation and child custody issues in abusive relationships. Behavioral Sciences & The Law, 8, Geffner, R., & Rosenbaum, A. (1990). Characteristics and treatment of batterers. Behavioral Sciences & The Law, 8, Bailey, B., Drott, E., & Geffner, R. (1990). Compensating the sexually abused child. Trial (Association for Trial Lawyers of America), July, Geffner, R., Milner, M. G., Crawford, K. A., & Cook, S. K. (1990). Spouse/partner abuse: A categorized bibliography and reference list. Tyler, TX: University of Texas at Tyler Press. Lundberg-Love, P. K., & Geffner, R. (1990). Psychological sequelae and mental health issues for adult women who were victims of childhood incest: A preliminary research report (Technical Research Report to Hogg Foundation). Tyler, TX: University of Texas at Tyler.

8 Geffner Page 8 Geffner, R., & Pagelow, M. D. (1990). Victims of spouse abuse. In R. T. Ammerman & M. Hersen (Eds.), Treatment of family violence: A sourcebook (pp ). New York: Wiley & Sons. Geffner, R., Marmion, S., & Ford, K.. (1990). Student and nonstudent perceptions of the Equal Rights Amendment (Technical Research Report). Tyler, TX: UT-Tyler. Lundberg-Love, P., Geffner, R., Peacock, L., Marmion, S., & Ford, K. (1990). Psychological symptomatology of adult incest survivors. Family Violence Bulletin, 6 (2), Geffner, R. (1989). Peace in the family: It does not seem to be a national priority. Family Violence Bulletin, 5 (4), 1. Geffner, R. (1989). [Review of Research on men who batter: An overview, bibliography, and resource guide.] Journal of Family Violence, 4, Lundberg-Love, P. K., & Geffner, R. A. (1989). Date rape: Prevalence, risk factors, and a proposed model. In M. A. Pirog-Good & J. E. Stets (Eds.), Violence in dating relationships: Emerging social issues (pp ). New York: Praeger. Geffner, R., Mantooth, C., Franks, D., & Rao, L. (1989). A psychoeducational, conjoint therapy approach to reducing family violence. In P. L. Caesar & L. K. Hamberger (Eds.), Treating men who batter: Theory, practice, and programs (pp ). New York: Springer. Geffner, R. (1989). Treating spouse abuse with conjoint marital therapy. Family Therapy Today, 4, 1-5. Geffner, R. (1988). Family violence: Priorities and peace. Family Violence Bulletin, 4, Franks, D., Geffner, R., Laney, N., McGaughey, L., & Mantooth, C. (1988). Help end abusive relationship tendencies (HEART): A personal growth program manual for battered and formerly battered women. Tyler, TX: University of Texas at Tyler Press. Geffner, R., Rosenbaum, A., Hughes, H. (1988). Research issues concerning family violence. In V. B. Van Hasselt, R.L. Morrison, A.S. Bellack, & M. Hersen (Eds), Handbook of family violence (pp ). NY:Plenum. Geffner, R. (1987). The hidden crime [Review of Crime and the family]. Contemporary Psychology, 32, 270. Geffner, B. (1987). Are all abusers the same? Family Violence Bulletin, 3, 4. Geffner, R. (1987). State-of-the-art research concerning spouse abuse and future suggestions. In A. Z. Reed & J. C. Sullivan (Eds.), Proceedings of the Southwest Regional Research Conference, 1986 (pp , 63-64). Austin, TX: University of Texas Press. Mantooth, C. M., Geffner, R., Franks, D., & Patrick, J. (1987). Family preservation: A treatment manual for reducing couple violence. Tyler, TX: University of Texas at Tyler Press. Geffner, R. (1986). A neuropsychological approach to assessing LD children in the schools. National Association of School Psychologists Proceedings, 86, Geffner, R., & Gross, M. M. (1984). Sex-role behavior and obedience to authority: A field study. Sex Roles Journal, 10, Gross, M. M., & Geffner, R. (1980). Are the times changing? An analysis of sex-role prejudice. Sex Roles Journal, 6, Geffner, R. (1979). The effects of interdependent learning on self-esteem, interethnic relations, and intraethnic attitudes of elementary school children: A field experiment (Doctoral dissertation, University of California, Santa Cruz, 1978). Dissertations Abstracts International, 39, 3586B. Prior to 1986, 1 Chapter, 3 Journal Articles, 11 Conference Proceedings and Abstracts, 1 Testing Manual, and 4 Technical Research Reports were published. INTERNATIONAL, NATIONAL, REGIONAL, & STATE PRESENTATIONS Geffner, R. (2013, December). Child abuse, domestic violence, trauma and the brain: What do these have in common and implications for practice and investigations. Invited seminar to New Orleans Children s Advocacy Center and Child Protective Services, Audrey Hepburn Children s Hospital, New Orleans, LA. Geffner, R. (2013, October). Effective intervention techniques for IPV offenders: Trauma, attachment, and family of origin issues. Invited presentation to Association of Batterer Intervention Programs annual conference, Long Beach, CA. Geffner, R., & Capuano Morrison, S. (2013, September). Intersection between domestic & sexual violence: Current research & practical implications. Workshop presented to 18 th International Conference on Violence, Abuse & Trauma, San Diego, CA.

9 Geffner Page 9 LaViolette, A., Geffner, R., Walker, L., & Willmott, J. (2013, September). Testifying in high profile family violence cases. Symposium Presented to International Conference on Violence, Abuse & Trauma, San Diego, CA. Walker, L., Shapiro, D., Benjamin, G.A., & Geffner, R. (2013, September). Advanced techniques & ethical issues in child custody evaluations. Workshop conducted by the American Academy of Couple & Family Psychology, San Diego, CA. Geffner, R. (2013, September). Neurobiology & trauma: Effects on victims of domestic violence and implications for healing. Invited presentation to Institute On Domestic Violence in the African American Community Trauma Symposium. Chicago, IL. Geffner, R. (2013, July). Family violence, attachment, trauma and the brain: Implications for child custody evaluations. Invited presentation to San Diego Domestic Violence Council, San Diego, CA Geffner, R. (2013, June). Child abuse, attachment, trauma and the brain: Implications for child custody evaluations. Invited workshop to American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children Annual Symposium, Las Vegas, NV. Geffner, R. (2013, June & August). Adverse childhood experiences, trauma, family violence, attachment, and the brain: Implications for practice. Invited seminars to New Orleans Children s Advocacy Center and Children s Hospital, Family Justice Center, and Child Protective Services, New Orleans, LA. Geffner, R. (2013, June). Adverse childhood experiences, family violence, attachment, trauma, ADHD, & the brain: What do these have in common? Invited Grand Rounds to Harbor-UCLA Hospital staff, Torrance, CA. Geffner, R. (2013, May). What every victim service provider needs to know about DV offenders. Invited seminar to East County Domestic Violence Council, El Cajon, CA. Geffner, R., & Corwin, D. (2013, April). Evaluating cases of suspected child sexual abuse: Current controversies. Invited workshop to Academy on Violence & Abuse Biennial Scientific Assembly, Minneapolis. Geffner, R. (2-13, March & April). Adverse childhood experiences, family violence, attachment, trauma, substance abuse, aggression, & the brain: How do all these fit together? Seminars presented to Alliant International University faculty, students, and alumni, San Francisco and Los Angeles, CA. Geffner, R., (2013, March). Child abuse, trauma, attachment, and the brain: Implications for parenting, separation and placement of abused children. Invited seminar to Juvenile Dependency Division, San Diego County Superior Court, San Diego, CA. Hertica, M., & Geffner, R. (2013, March). Understanding, assessing & treating children exposed to domestic violence. Invited presentation to 10 th Annual Preventing, Assessing & Treating Child, Adolescent, and Adult Trauma conference, Honolulu, HI. Williams, O., & Geffner, R. (2013, March). Conversations with the Experts: Intimate Partner Violence. Invited session at 10 th Annual Preventing, Assessing & Treating Child, Adolescent, and Adult Trauma conference, Honolulu, HI. Geffner, R., Ducote, R., Browning, Hon. M., Tarutani, C., Hertica, M., Goldstein, S, Anderson, J, & Zalkin, I. (2013, March). Practical suggestions & techniques for testifying in child abuse & domestic violence cases. Invited workshop to 10 th Annual Preventing, Assessing & Treating Child, Adolescent, and Adult Trauma conference, Honolulu, HI. Geffner, R. (2012, October). Treating intimate partner violence victims and offenders: Trauma, dissociation, neuropsychological and other factors. Invited workshop to International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation annual conference, Long Beach, CA Geffner, R., & Morrison, S. C. (2012, October). Interviewing children who have a disability. Invited seminar to National Child Protection Training Center conference, Minneapolis, MN. Geffner, R. (2012, October). Adverse childhood experiences, trauma, attachment, and the brain: Implications for IPV offender treatment. Invited seminar to Domestic Violence Treatment and Intervention Committee of the San Diego Domestic Violence Council, San Diego, CA Geffner, R. (2012, September). Assessment of children and adolescents exposed to violence. Invited presentation to 17 th annual International Conference on Violence, Abuse, & Trauma, San Diego, CA. Campbell, J., Geffner, R., & Tinney, G. (2012, September). Current research, criminal justice & legal policies concerning IPV victimization. Keynote panel presented to 17 th annual International Conference on Violence, Abuse, & Trauma, San Diego, CA. Geffner, R., & Goldstein, S. (2012, September). Suggestions and techniques for testifying in court. Invited affiliated training prior to 17 th annual International Conference on Violence, Abuse, & Trauma, San Diego, CA.

10 Geffner Page 10 Geffner, R., Olson Nejame, J., Stein-Stover, B., & Houston-Armstrong, T. (2012, September). Child maltreatment: System responses, investigation, & forensic techniques. Invited workshop as part of the Child Advocacy Studies Training (CAST) certification and affiliated training, San Diego, CA. Geffner, R. (2012, September). Best practices: Forensic assessment and child custody evaluations. Invited presentation to Child Abuse Solutions training for Child Custody Evaluators, San Diego, CA Jordan, J., & Geffner, R. (2012, August). Working with victims of crime. Invited seminar to National Organization for Victim Assistance annual conference, San Diego, CA. Geffner, R., Morrison, S.C., LeBlanc, S, & Russell, A. (2012, August). Forensic interview issues and techniques with child abuse victims who have a disability. Invited workshop to National Crimes Against Children annual conference, Dallas, TX. Geffner, R. LeBlanc, S. & Vieth, V. (2012, August). Child custody evaluations and investigations with child abuse or domestic violence allegations: Implications for CPS, law enforcement, prosecutors, & victim advocates. Invited workshop to National Crimes Against Children annual conference, Dallas, TX. Geffner, R., & Leventhal, J. (2010, July). Publishing your article: Practical suggestions concerning research, clinical interventions, or prevention programs. Invited workshop at the International Family Violence and Child Victimization Research Conference, Portsmouth, NH. Geffner, R. (2012, June). Child abuse, attachment, trauma and the brain: Implications for child custody evaluations. Invited workshop to American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children Annual Symposium, Chicago, IL. Geffner, R., Olson, J., Houston-Armstrong, T., & Stein-Stover, B. (2012, June). Child maltreatment: System responses, investigation, and forensic techniques. Workshop presented by IVAT for Child Advocacy Studies Training certification, Fresno, CA. Geffner, R., (2012, May). Sexual offenders: Current research, assessment and intervention. Invited seminar to Juvenile Dependency Division, San Diego County Superior Court, San Diego, CA. Geffner, R., (2012, April). 1) Lifespan consequences to children exposed to domestic violence or abuse; 2) Family violence and other violent repeat offenders: Barriers to change, sentencing, and intervention issues; 3) Forensic issues and techniques in family law cases involving domestic violence and/or child abuse allegations. Invited workshops to State of Idaho, Supreme Court, Magistrate Judges Conference, Boise, ID Olson, J., Stein-Stover, B., Houston-Armstrong, T., & Geffner, R. (2012, March). Child maltreatment: Perspectives and techniques for child advocacy. Workshop presented by IVAT for Child Advocacy Studies Training certification, Irvine, CA. Geffner, R., Vaughan-Eden, V., Hertica, M., Haia, T., & Tarutani, C. (2012, March). Practical suggestions and ethical techniques for testifying in child abuse and domestic violence cases. Invited workshop to 9 th Annual Preventing, Assessing & Treating Child, Adolescent, and Adult Trauma conference, Honolulu, HI. Geffner, R., Vaughan-Eden, V., Hertica, M. (2012, March). Recent research, best practices, & ethical issues in conducting child custody evaluations. Invited workshop to 9 th Annual Preventing, Assessing & Treating Child, Adolescent, and Adult Trauma conference, Honolulu, HI. Geffner, R. (2012, March). Child custody when there are IPV allegations: Techniques, ethical guidelines, and testifying in these cases. Invited workshop to 18 th annual Association of Batterer Intervention Programs conference, Anaheim, CA. Geffner, R. (2012, January). How to publish your article in professional journals. Invited workshop to Alliant International University Annual Faculty Retreat, San Jose, CA. Geffner, R. (2011, December). Interviewing and techniques for abused children who have a disability. Workshop presented to Responding to Crime Victims with Disabilities National Training Conference, Orlando, FL. Geffner, R. (2011, October). 1) Integrating, child trauma, family violence, ADHD, bullying, attachment and the brain: Impact across the lifespan; 2) Integrating, child trauma, family violence, ADHD, bullying, attachment and the brain: Implications for treatment; 3) How to publish your article in professional journals. Invited plenary, seminar, and workshop to Brazilian Society of Psychologists annual conference, Belem, Brazil. Geffner, R. (2011, September). 1) Working with child abuse victims with a cognitive disability; 2) Interviewing child abuse victims with a disability. Invited Plenary and Workshop to National District Attorneys Association National Center For Prosecution Of Child Abuse Strategies For Justice Conference, Denver, CO. Thomas, J, Briggs-King, E., Vieth, V., Graham-Bermann, S., Grych, J, & Geffner, R. (2011, September). Current issues in linking research to practice for children exposed to family & other violence. Parallel plenary Roundtable presented to 16 th annual International Conference on Violence, Abuse, & Trauma, San Diego, CA.

11 Geffner Page 11 Goldstein, S., Ducote, R., Geffner, R., Zelgowski, B., & McManus, J. (2011, September). Recent research, best practices, and ethical issues in conducting child custody evaluations. Invited workshop to 16 th annual International Conference on Violence, Abuse, & Trauma, San Diego, CA. Geffner, R., Heisler, C., Modell, S., Hertica, M., & Stone, J. (2011, September). Improving the response to child abuse victims with disabilities: A guide for professionals. National training workshop, funded by the Office for Victims of Crime, U.S. Dept. of Justice, presented by Institute on Violence, Abuse & Trauma, San Diego, CA. Geffner, R. (2011, August). Improving the response to family violence. Invited seminar to East County Domestic Violence Council, Santee, CA. Rom-Rymer, B., & Geffner, R. (2011, August). Do s and don ts of expert testimony in sexual abuse cases: Ethical issues in seeking justice. Symposium at American Psychological Association conference, Washington, DC. Geffner, R. (2011, June). 1) Integrating children trauma, family violence, ADHD, bullying, attachment & the brain: Impact on children & youth; 2) How to publish your article in professional journals: Practical suggestions. Plenary and workshop presented to International Conference: Kaleidoscope of Child Maltreatment, hosted by the University of Haifa, Haifa, Israel. Geffner, R. (2011, June). 1) Ending spouse & partner abuse; Women arrested for DV; 2) Children exposed to violence; 3) Child custody evaluations: Forensic issues & techniques when there are DV and child abuse allegations. Workshops presented at the Idaho Council on Domestic Violence & Victim Assistance annual conference, Boise, ID. Geffner, R. (2011, April). 1) Children exposed to violence and its relation to trauma, attachment, ADHD and the brain: Implications for practice; 2) Treatment of children exposed to domestic violence. Keynote address and seminar presented to Winslow Indian Health Care Center s 14 th Annual Child Abuse/Domestic Violence Prevention Conference, Winslow, AZ. Geffner, R., & Capuano Morrison, S. (2011, April). Improving the response to child abuse victims with disabilities. Seminar to be presented to National District Attorney s Association s National Center for Prosecution of Child Abuse conference on Equal Justice for Children: Investigation and Prosecution of Child Abuse, San Diego. Geffner, R. (2011, March). 1) Trauma, family violence, ADHD, bullying, attachment, & the brain: Impact on children and youth; 2) Promoting resiliency in children and adolescents: Recovery from trauma and working with systems of care. Plenary and workshop presented to Children s Justice Task Forces of Hawaii conference, Waikoloa Beach, HI. Geffner, R. (2011, March). Treating children exposed to domestic violence. Invited seminar presented at 8 th annual Hawaii Conference on Preventing, Assessing, & Treating Child, Adolescent & Adult Trauma, Honolulu. Geffner, Ross, L., Molina, A., & Linares, D. (2011, March). Current research & treatment approaches for domestic violence victims and offenders with substance abuse issues. Seminar presented at 8 th annual Hawaii Conference on Preventing, Assessing, & Treating Child, Adolescent & Adult Trauma, Honolulu. Geffner, R., Ducote, R., Browning, Hon. R.M., Carlin, D., Yamada, Y., & Hertica, M. (2011, March). Child custody issues with allegations of domestic violence & child abuse: A panel discussion. Presented at 8 th annual Hawaii Conference on Preventing, Assessing, & Treating Child, Adolescent & Adult Trauma, Honolulu. Geffner, R., Heisler, C., Modell, S., Stone, G., & Hertica, M. (2011, March). Improving the response to child abuse victims with disabilities: A National pilot training and support project. Honolulu, HI Geffner, R. (2010, October). 1) Child custody cases with domestic violence & child abuse allegations: issues for mental health & child protective services professionals; and 2) Risk assessment and re-unification issues for cases of family violence and mental illness. Invited workshops to Washington County Department of Social Services, Hagerstown, MD. Geffner, R. (2010, October). Treatment and recovery from the traumatic effects of violence and abuse. Invited plenary to the Consortium on Asian American Mental health Training, Alhambra, CA. Leventhal, J. M., & Geffner, R. (2010, September). How to write articles and publish in professional journals. Workshop presented to the 18 th International Society on the Prevention of Child Abuse & Neglect International Congress, Honolulu, HI. Geffner, R., Manley, J., Loomis, D., & Comstock, D. (2010, September). Issues, interventions, & prevention for children exposed to intimate partner violence. Presented at the 15 th Annual International Conference on Violence, Abuse & Trauma, San Diego, CA. Geffner, R., & Leventhal, J. (2010, July). Publishing your article: Practical suggestions concerning research, clinical interventions, or prevention programs. Invited workshop at the International Family Violence and Child Victimization Research Conference, Portsmouth, NH.

12 Geffner Page 12 Geffner, R. (2010, March). Current research and treatment of female intimate partner violence offenders. Seminar presented at 7 th annual Hawaii Conference on Preventing, Assessing, & Treating Child, Adolescent & Adult Trauma, Honolulu. Geffner, R., Bucky, S., Hertica, M., Schuller, L., & Carlin, D. (2010, March). Allegations of child abuse and family violence in family court: Issues and controversies. Presented at 7 th annual Hawaii Conference on Preventing, Assessing, & Treating Child, Adolescent & Adult Trauma, Honolulu. Geffner, R., Hertica, M., & Bucky, S. (2010, March). Conducting child custody evaluations. Workshop presented at 7 th annual Hawaii Conference on Preventing, Assessing, & Treating Child, Adolescent & Adult Trauma, Honolulu. Geffner, R. (2010, March). Child custody evaluations: Is this a good area of practice, and what is needed to do them? Invited presentation to National Association of Social Workers, Hawaii chapter conference, Honolulu, HI Geffner, R. (2010, March). Child custody cases with domestic violence & child abuse allegations: Issues for mental health & child protective services professionals. Invited workshop presented to the 26 th National Symposium on Child Abuse, Huntsville, AL. Geffner, R., & Vieth, V. (2010, March). Suggestions and techniques for testifying on court. Invited workshop presented to the 26 th National Symposium on Child Abuse, Huntsville, AL. Geffner, R. (2010, March). Attachment, trauma, family violence and neurobiology: Implications and suggestions for children and adults. Invited workshop at Association of Batterer Intervention Programs annual conference, Long Beach, CA. Geffner, R. (2009, September). Incarceration vs rehabilitation for at-risk youth with adverse childhood experiences. Presented at the 14 th Annual International Conference on Violence, Abuse & Trauma, San Diego, CA. Geffner, R., Rhodes, J., & Oliver, T. (2009, September). Assessing children exposed to adult intimate partner violence. Presented at the 14 th Annual International Conference on Violence, Abuse & Trauma, San Diego, CA. Carl, E., Rhoades, G., Bragin, M., Okawa, J., Geffner, R., & Levine, E. (2009, August). International perspectives on trauma intervention and training. Symposium presented to the annual American Psychological Association conference, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Geffner, R. (2009, August). Neurobiology, attachment, & trauma: Effects on children exposed to IPV and implications for healing. Invited plenary to the Institute on Domestic Violence in the African American Community National conference: A Journey to Healing, Long Beach, CA. Geffner, R. (2009, July). Family violence: Current research and treatment approaches for integrating trauma, abuse, and the brain. Invited workshop for U.S. Navy Family Advocacy and Marriage & Family Counseling programs, San Diego, CA. Geffner, R. (2009, June). Neurobiology, adverse childhood experiences, attachment, & trauma: Effects throughout the lifespan. Invited workshop to the Vermont Psychological Association conference, Montpelier. Geffner, R. (2009, May). 1) Assessment approaches for working with intimate partner violence offenders; 2) Attachment, trauma, family violence and neurobiology: Implications and suggestions for treating IPV offenders; and 3) Current treatment approaches for intimate partner violence offenders: The readiness to change model. Invited seminars to the Domestic Abuse Project Batterer Intervention Programs National Conference, Minneapolis. Geffner, R. Hertica, M., & Goldstein, B. (2009, March). Conducting child custody evaluations with allegations of child abuse, domestic violence, or substance abuse: Ethical issues, practical techniques, and common pitfalls. Workshop presented at 6 th annual Hawaii Conference on Preventing, Assessing, & Treating Child, Adolescent & Adult Trauma, Honolulu, HI. Geffner, R. (2009, March). Trauma, family violence, ADHD, bullying, and the brain: What do these have in common and implications for practice? Invited workshop to National Symposium on Child Abuse, Huntsville, AL. Geffner, R., & Vieth, V. (2009, March). Suggestions and techniques for testifying on court. Invited workshop presented to the 25 th National Symposium on Child Abuse, Huntsville, AL. Geffner, R. (2008, November). Tips for publishing your article: Practical suggestions concerning research, clinical interventions, or prevention programs. Invited seminar to International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies annual conference, Chicago, IL. Rosenbaum, A., Murphy, C., Geffner, R., & Hamberger, K. (2008, September). Effective intimate partner violence offender group treatment: Policies & issues. Roundtable discussion presented at the 13 th Annual International Conference on Violence, Abuse & Trauma, San Diego, CA. Geffner, R., Romo, J., Oglesby, M., Aranda, B., & Ducote, R. (2008, September). Child custody evaluations when there are allegations of domestic violence or child abuse: Ethical issues, practical techniques, and common

13 Geffner Page 13 pitfalls. Workshop presented at 13 th Annual International Conference on Violence, Abuse & Trauma, San Diego. Geffner, R. (2008, August). Traumatic effects of violence and abuse in relationships. Trauma Division s Presidential address at the annual American Psychological Association convention, Boston, MA. Geffner, R., & Leventhal, J. (2008, July). Publishing your article: Practical suggestions concerning research, clinical interventions, or prevention programs. Invited workshop to the International Family Violence and Child Victimization Research Conference, Portsmouth, NH. Geffner, R., Hertica, M., & Heisler, C. (2008, May). Child abuse victims with disabilities: First responder training. Workshop as part of CA Governor s Office of Emergency Services grant to IVAT, Victorville, CA. Geffner, R. (2008, April). 1) Promoting resiliency in children and adolescents; 2) Forensic and child custody evaluations when there are allegations of domestic violence or child abuse. Invited workshops to Kauai Children s Justice Grant Committee s conference on Assessing & Treating Child Trauma in a Variety of Settings, Lihue, HI. Geffner, R. (2008, April). Understanding and promoting resiliency in children. Invited workshop to Prevent Child Abuse Hawaii annual conference, Honolulu, HI. Choy, S., Geffner, R., Ross, L., Carlin, D., & Rowe J. (2008, April). Overlap of intimate partner violence and child abuse: A panel discussion. Invited symposium to 5 th Annual Hawaii Conference on Preventing, Assessing, & Treating Child, Adolescent, and Adult Trauma, Honolulu, HI. Geffner, R. (2008, April). Child custody disputes with allegations of child abuse or domestic violence. Invited workshop presented to 5 th Annual Hawaii Conference on Preventing, Assessing, & Treating Child, Adolescent, and Adult Trauma, Honolulu, HI. Geffner, R. (2008, March). 1) Trauma, family violence, ADHD, bullying, and the brain: What do these have in common and implications for practice? 2) Child custody disputes and evaluations when there are allegations of domestic violence and child abuse; 3) Suggestions and techniques for testifying in court. Invited workshops presented to the 24 th National Symposium on Child Abuse, Huntsville, AL. Geffner, R. (2007, October). 1) Trauma, family violence, ADHD, bullying & the brain: What do these have in common and implication for practices in helping traumatized children and families; 2) Assessing and treating victims and perpetrators of domestic violence: An abuse-specific couples counseling approach; 3) Custody evaluation and access disputes in cases with domestic violence and child abuse; 4) Spouse/partner abuse: Current issues and approaches in assessment and treatment of victims, offenders, and children exposed. Invited 1 and 2-day workshops to Hong Kong Government Social Welfare Department and to Hospital Authority, Hong Kong, China. Geffner, R. (2007, September). Abuse-specific couples intervention for domestic violence: Issues, controversies, and techniques. In K. Hamberger (Chair), Controversies and Techniques for Abuse Specific Couples Counseling in Intimate Partner Violence Cases. Symposium presented at the 12 th Annual International Conference on Violence, Abuse & Trauma, San Diego, CA. Geffner, R., Conradi, L., Geis, K., Oglesby, M., & Romo, J. (2007, September). Conducting child custody evaluations in the context of family violence allegations: Practical techniques and suggestions for ethical practice. Workshop presented to the 12 th Annual International Conference on Violence, Abuse & Trauma, San Diego, CA. Boulanger, G., Kaye, J., Sammons, M., Geffner, R., & Lykes, B. (2007, August). What are the Effects of Psychological Torture and Abuse? Symposium (L. Woolf, Chair) presented at the annual American Psychological Association convention, San Francisco, CA. Geffner, R. (2007, July). Physiological and neuropsychological factors in family violence: Traumatic effects impacting long-term health. Symposium presentation to the International Family Violence and Child Victimization Research Conference, Portsmouth, NH. Geffner, R., & Leventhal, J. (2007, July). Publishing your article: Practical suggestions concerning research, clinical interventions, or prevention programs. Invited workshop to the International Family Violence and Child Victimization Research Conference, Portsmouth, NH. Geffner, R. (2007, April). Family violence, trauma, child abuse, ADHD, and the brain: What do these have in common and implications for practice? Invited plenary address to 1 st Internacional Psicologia Infantil Conference, Tijuana, Mexico. Geffner, R. (2007, April). Child abuse, trauma, family violence, ADHD, bullying, and the brain: What do these have in common and implications for practice? Invited presentation to Long Beach Child Abuse and Domestic Violence Prevention Council, Long Beach, CA. Geffner, R.. (2007, April). Understanding family violence dynamics: Identification and treatment. Invited workshop to Maui County Children s Justice Committee training, Molokai, HI.

14 Geffner Page 14 Geffner, R. (2007, April). Child custody disputes when there are allegations of family abuse and in cases of high level conflict. Invited workshop for Maui County Children s Justice Committee training for judges, attorneys, and mental health professionals, Maui, HI. Geffner, R. (2007, April). Identifying and treating children exposed to family violence and other traumas. Invited Keynote Address to Maui County Children s Justice Committee training conference on Assessing and Treating Child and Adolescent Trauma, Maui, HI. Geffner, R. (2007, March). Assessment of trauma in children. Invited symposium presented to 4 th Annual Hawaii Conference on Preventing, Assessing, & Treating Child, Adolescent, and Adult Trauma, Honolulu, HI. Geffner, R. (2007, March). 1) Trauma, family violence, ADHD, bullying, and the brain: What do these have in common and implications for practice? 2) Treating children exposed to domestic violence and other traumas. Invited symposium presented to the 23 rd National Symposium on Child Abuse, Huntsville, AL. Geffner, R. (2006, October) Treating children exposed to family violence and other traumas. Invited workshop to 11 th annual Nexus conference, ICAN Associates, Universal City, CA. Geffner, R. (2006, October). What is new? Alternative approaches to working with intimate partner abuse victims and offenders. Invited presentation to Long Beach Child Abuse and Domestic Violence Prevention Council. Geffner, R., Campbell, J., Williams, O., LaViolette, A., Rosenbaum, A., & Stosny, S. (2006, September). Power and control within the family violence movements: A roundtable discussion. Invited plenary presented to 11 th annual International Conference on Violence, Abuse and Trauma, San Diego, CA. Silberg, J., Geffner, R., & Gothard, S. (2006, September). Ethical issues and techniques for child custody evaluations: Myths and misinformation. Invited workshop presented to 11 th annual International Conference on Violence, Abuse and Trauma, San Diego, CA. Vasquez, M. J. T., Walker, L., Keane, T., Freyd, J., Frawley-O Dea, M.G., Alpert, J. (Chair), & Geffner, R. (Discussant) (2006, August). Treating traumatized children and families. Invited symposium at the annual American Psychological Association conference, New Orleans, LA. Sand, S., Behnke, S., Moorehead-Slaughter, O., Olson, B., Lott, B., Altman, N. (Chair), Geffner, R., & Wessells, M. (Discussants) (2006, August). Ethical dilemmas and issues for psychologists dealing with war, terrorism, torture, and coercion. Invited symposium at the annual American Psychological Association conference, New Orleans, LA. Geffner, R. (2006, August). Promoting peace within the family: How do we achieve this? Invited Roundtable Discussion at the annual American Psychological Association conference, New Orleans, LA. Geffner, R. (2006, July). Trauma, family violence, ADHD, bullying, and the brain: What do these have in common and implications for practice? Invited workshop to annual D.A.R.E. Training Conference, Orlando, FL. Geffner, R., & Leventhal, J. (2006, July). Publishing your article: Practical suggestions concerning research, clinical interventions, or prevention programs. Invited workshop to International Family Violence and Child Victimization Research Conference, Portsmouth, NH. Geffner, R. (2006, April). 1) Trauma, family violence, ADHD, bullying and the brain: What do these have in common and implications for practice, and 2) Assessing and treating traumatized children. Invited plenary and workshop, respectively, to The Children s Justice Center of East Hawaii, The Friends of the Children s Justice Center of East Hawaii, and Institute on Violence, Abuse & Trauma conference, Hilo, HI Geffner, R. (2006, March). 1) Alternative approaches to working with victims and offenders of domestic violence, and 2) Treating children exposed to domestic violence and other traumas. Invited plenary and workshop, respectively, to 3 rd annual Assessing and Treating Child, Adolescent, and Adult Trauma Hawaii conference, Institute on Violence, Abuse & Trauma, Honolulu, HI. Geffner, R. (2006, March). Assessment of domestic violence victims and offenders: Current techniques and implications for treatment. Invited workshop to 1 st Western Regional Domestic Violence Conference, California and Nevada Associations of Batterer Intervention Programs, Reno, NV. Geffner, R. (2006, January). Trauma, family violence, ADHD, aggression, and the brain: What do these have in common and implications for practice? Invited workshop to 2 nd annual Stress, Violence, and Trauma: Promoting Hawaii s Resilience conference, National Center for PTSD, U. S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs, Honolulu, HI Geffner, R. (2005, November). Abuse-specific couples intervention for domestic violence: Issues, controversies, and techniques. Invited workshop to From Roots to Wings: The Future of Batterer Intervention National Conference, Detroit, MI.

15 Geffner Page 15 Ganley, A., Paymar, M., Rosenbaum, A., Douglass, U., Geffner, R., et al. (2005, November). Program models for batterer intervention. Invited plenary to From Roots to Wings: The Future of Batterer Intervention National Conference, Detroit, MI. Geffner, R. (2005, November). Top 10 things I have learned in the last 25 years (related to family violence). Invited plenary to From Roots to Wings: The Future of Batterer Intervention National conference, Detroit, MI. Geffner, R., Oberman, M., Hill, J., & Khamisa, A. (2005, October). Family violence: Prevention, accountability, & healing. Invited plenary to 10 th annual Nexus conference, ICAN Associates, Universal City, CA. Geffner, R. (2005, October). Family violence, trauma, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), bullying, and the brain: What do these have in common and implications for practice. Invited workshop to 10 th annual Nexus conference, ICAN Associates, Universal City, CA. Geffner, R. (Chair) (2005, September). 1) Bridging differences, expanding tools, best practices, and collaborations: Let s talk about how to achieve these; 2) Do batterer intervention programs work? Are we ready for alternative approaches? A roundtable discussion; and 3) Applying our research to domestic violence offender intervention: Can there be a progressive model of legal and mental health approaches? Invited plenary and keynote panels at the 10 th International Conference on Family Violence, San Diego, CA. Silberg, J, Goldstein, S., & Geffner, R. (2005, September). Child custody evaluations: Forensic issues and techniques when there are domestic violence or child abuse allegations. Invited workshop to 10 th annual International Conference on Family Violence, San Diego, CA. Geffner, R. (Chair), Trimble, J. E., Van Hoorn, J. L., D'Andrea, M. J., & Altman N. (Discussant) (2005, August). Effects of global conflict and war on individuals, families, and societies - Part I. Symposium presented at the annual American Psychological Association conference, Washington, DC. Geffner, R. (Chair), Van Hoorn, J. L., Maton, K. L., Hallak, M., et al (2005, August). Effects of global conflict and war on individuals, families, and societies - Parts II and III - Recommendations for policies and interventions. Roundtable Discussion presented at the annual American Psychological Association conference, DC. Geffner, R. (2005, August). Parental alienation and family violence in child custody cases. In R. Z. Folman & S. Nisenbaum (Chairs), Emerging roles in family law court: Six new practice options. Symposium presented at the annual American Psychological Association conference, Washington, DC. Geffner, R. (2005, August). Trauma, family violence, ADHD, bullying & the brain. Invited workshops to 18 th annual D.A.R.E. Training Conference, San Antonio, TX. Ambrose, S., & Geffner, R. (2005, July). Child maltreatment: Assessment & treatment of victims, offenders, and non-offending family members. Workshop presented for Children s Institute International and FVSAI CE Training Series, Los Angeles, CA. Geffner, R., & Leventhal, J. (2005, July). Publishing your article (or book): Practical suggestions concerning research, clinical interventions, or prevention programs. Invited workshop to 9 th annual Family Violence Research Conference, Portsmouth, NH. Geffner, R. (2005, June). Domestic violence: Current issues in research and treatment. Workshop presented for Children s Institute International and FVSAI CE Training Series, Los Angeles, CA. Kagan, R., & Geffner, R. (2005, June). Real-life heroes: Rebuilding attachments with traumatized children. Workshops presented by FVSAI and CII for Specialized Training Series, San Diego, CA. Geffner, R. (2005, June). 1) Child abuse and domestic violence: Issues and techniques for DCFS; 2) Assessment of sexually abused children and child custody issues. Invited training workshops to Florida State Dept. of Children & Family Services, Fort Myers, FL. Geffner, R, & Alsop, P. (2005, May). Promoting resiliency in youth. Invited plenary to 3 rd annual Violence in the World of our Youth conference, San Diego, CA. Geffner, R. (2005, April). 1) Trauma, family violence, ADHD, bullying and the brain: What do these have in common and implications for practice, and 2) Assessing and treating children exposed to family violence, Invited plenary and workshop to Kauai Children s Justice Grant Committee training, Lihue, HI. Geffner, R. (2005, March). 1) Trauma, family violence, ADHD, bullying & the brain: How can we help children be resilient? and 2) Assessment of traumatized children. Invited plenary and workshop to 2 nd annual Assessing and Treating Child Trauma conference, FVSAI, Honolulu, HI. Geffner, R. (2005, March). Effects of closed head injuries on psychological functioning and personality. Invited seminar to International Conference on Abuse of Children & Adults with Disabilities, Riverside, CA. Geffner, R. (2005, February). Treating male and female domestic violence offenders. Invited workshop to Coalition Against Domestic Violence in Orange County, Batterer Intervention Training, Huntington Beach, CA.

16 Geffner Page 16 Geffner, R. (2004, October). 1) The impact of family violence on children, 2) Multiple victimization of children: Trauma, ADHD, aggression, and the brain, and 3) New directions in treating children exposed to family violence. Invited keynote seminars to Family Guidance Training Institute 3 rd biannual conference on Understanding Family Violence: The Next Generation, Nashville, TN. Geffner, R., & Hon. York, J. (2004, October). Intimate partner stalking: Dynamics and issues to help guide handling of the case. Invited seminar to 2004 Criminal Law Regional Institute, CA Judicial Council, Burlingame. Geffner, R. (2004, October). Current research and practice concerning interventions for domestic violence offenders. Invited seminar to 8 th annual Inland Empire Domestic Violence conference, Loma Linda, CA Geffner, R. (2004, October). 1) Impact of family violence on children, 2) Multiple victimization of children: Family violence, ADHD, trauma and the brain, and 3) New directions in treating children exposed to family violence. Invited seminars for annual Family Guidance Training Institute annual conference, Impacting Family Violence: The Next Generation, Nashville, TN. Rosenbaum, A., Hamberger, L. K., & Geffner, R. (2004, September). How do we reach our goals for domestic violence offenders. Invited symposium presented to 9 th Annual International Conference on Family Violence, San Diego, CA. Graham-Bermann, S., Hughes, H., Felitti, V., & Geffner, R. (2004, September). Reflections and systems changes for children exposed to family violence: Past experiences, present realities, future goals. Invited symposium presented to 9 th Annual International Conference on Family Violence, San Diego, CA. Hon. Gembala, F., Hon. Iles, P., & Geffner, R. (2004, September). Unified family violence courts: Policies, procedures, and controversies. Invited symposium presented to 9 th Annual International Conference on Family Violence, San Diego, CA. Geffner, R., Ducote, R., Silberg, J., Murphy, W., & Hon. Elias, H. (2004, September). Child custody evaluation reports and testimony in cases with family violence allegations. Invited workshop presented to 9 th Annual International Conference on Family Violence, San Diego, CA. Geffner. R. (2004, September). Children s exposure to family violence: Traumatic effects, ADHD, aggression, and the brain. Invited presentation to Heroes and Healthy Families, A seminar by Family Violence Project, Camp Pendleton, CA. Geffner, R. (2004, August). 1) Spouse/partner abuse: Current research, issues, and effects for offenders, victims, & children exposed, and 2) Treating females arrested for domestic violence. Invited workshops to annual Utah Domestic Violence Council Treatment Providers Conference, Salt Lake City. Geffner, R. (2004, July). 1) Effects of domestic violence on children; and 2) with J. Gould, Allegations of domestic violence or child maltreatment in child custody cases: Abuse vs alienation issues. Invited seminars to State Bar of Arizona CLE by the Sea conference, Dan Diego, CA. Geffner, R., & Leventhal, J. (2004, July). Publishing your article (or book): Practical suggestions concerning research, clinical interventions, or prevention programs. Invited workshop to Victimization of Children and Youth: An International Research Conference, Portsmouth, NH. Geffner, R., & Koonin, M. (2004, June). Treating male and female domestic violence offenders and stalkers. Invited workshop by Family Violence & Sexual Assault Institute, San Diego, CA. Geffner, R. (2004, May). Family violence, trauma, ADHD, and the brain: Relationship to bullying and aggression. Invited presentation to Alberta Pre-Roundtable Family Violence and Bullying Seminar, Calgary, CAN. Geffner, R. (2004, May). Treating sexually assaulted youth. Invited workshop to 2 nd annual mini- Conference on Violence in the World of Our Youth: Partners in Prevention, San Diego, CA. Geffner, R. (2004, April). 1) Family violence, trauma, ADHD, bullying, and the brain: Integrating what we know for practice; 2) Assessment of traumatized children; & 3) Treatment of traumatized children. Invited plenary and workshops presented to 2004 annual Children s Behavioral Health Conference, Midwest City, OK. Geffner, R. (2004, April). 1) Trauma, family violence, ADHD, bullying, and the brain: What do these have in common? 2) Treating trauma, neglect, and abuse in children. Invited plenary and workshop presented to Assessing and Treating Child Trauma conference, Maui County Children s Justice Committee, Wailuku, Maui, HI. Geffner, R. (2004, April). 1) Trauma, family violence, ADHD, bullying, and the brain: What do these have in common? 2) Assessing trauma in children; & 3) Treating children exposed to domestic violence and other traumas. Invited plenary and workshops to 1 st annual Assessing and Treating Childhood Trauma: A Mini- Conference, Honolulu, HI.

17 Geffner Page 17 Geffner, R., & Ambrose, S. (2004, April). Child maltreatment: Assessment & treatment of victims, offenders, and non-offending family members. Workshops presented by Children s Institute International and FVSAI, Los Angeles and San Diego, CA. Geffner, R., Gaba, R., & Seilicovich, I. (2004, March). Spouse abuse: Current issues and approaches in assessment and treatment of victims, offenders, and children exposed. Workshops presented by Children s Institute International and FVSAI, Los Angeles and San Diego, CA. Geffner R., & Levanthal, J. (2004, January). Preparing your manuscript: Advice from two editors. Workshop presented to San Diego Conference on Child and Family Maltreatment, San Diego, CA. Geffner, R. (2003, November). 1) The effects of family violence on children; and 2) Treatment of domestic violence offenders. Invited workshops presented to A Collaborative Response to Family Violence: A Symposium of the Palomar Medical Center, Escondido, CA. Geffner, R. (2003, October). 1) The developing brain: The effects of family violence and trauma; and 2) Program and intervention outcome evaluation: Suggestions for determining changes in attitudes and behaviors. Invited workshops presented to annual Family Strengths conference, Office of Child Abuse Prevention, Dept. of Social Services, Sacramento, CA. Geffner, R. (2003, October). Assessing and treating females arrested for domestic violence: Are they the same as male batterers? Plenary address to 7 th annual Riverside/San Bernardino Domestic Violence Conference, Loma Linda University Medical Center, Loma Linda, CA. Geffner, R., Lim, E., Hart, B., & Owen, R. (2003, October). Neuropsychological impairment and environmental risk factors in capitol murder offenders. Symposium presented to National Academy of Neuropsychology annual conference, Dallas, TX. Koonin, M., & Geffner, R. (2003, September). Treating women arrested for domestic violence. Workshop presented to 8 th International Conference on Family Violence, San Diego, CA. Silberg, J, Geffner, R., Ducote, R, & Elias, H. (2003, September). The 10 biggest mistakes made in family court child custody evaluations. Invited workshop for 8 th International Conference on Family Violence, San Diego. Davidson, H., Feldheim, R., & Geffner, R. (2003, September). Children exposed to family violence: Practice fundamentals for judges, legal advocates, and mental health professionals. Affiliated Training Institute presented by the American Bar Association Center on Children & the Law, San Diego. Geffner, R. (2003, September). Family violence, trauma, ADHD and the brain: Integrating what we know to improve practice. Invited workshop to Family Advocacy Staff Training Advanced Course, San Antonio, TX. Geffner, R. (2003, August). 1) Bullying, family and youth violence, and the brain: Integrating what we know for practice; and 2) Treatment of traumatized children & bullies, with K. Druck. Plenary address and workshop presented to 1 st annual mini-conference on Violence in the World of our Youth: Bullying, Gang, School and Dating Issues, San Diego, CA. Geffner, R. (2003, August). Violence and Abuse: Macro and micro examples (or what is the connection between family violence and international terrorism?). In P. Zimbardo (Chair), War and international conflict: Issues for psychologists. Symposium presentation at American Psychological Association annual convention, Toronto, ON, Canada. Geffner, R. (2003, August). Current issues and approaches in assessment and treatment of victims, offenders, and children exposed to violence. Invited workshop to Family Advocacy Staff Training Advanced (FASTA) Course on Domestic Violence, San Antonio, TX. Geffner, R., & Leventhal, J. (2003, July). Publishing your article (or book): Practical suggestions concerning research, clinical interventions, or prevention programs. Invited workshop to 8 th International Family Violence Research Conference, Portsmouth, NH. Geffner, R. (2003, July). Treating children exposed to family violence: Treatment plans, role play and practical suggestions. Invited workshop to Children s Institute International training seminars, Los Angeles, CA. Geffner, R. (2003, May). Family violence, trauma, ADHD and the brain: Integrating what we know to improve practice. Invited keynote address to the Metropolitan State College of Denver 4 th annual KIDs BRAINS: Healthy Connections for Our Future conference, Denver, CO. Geffner, R., & Morales, J. (2003, May). Identifying and assessing marital rape cases: Practical suggestions for all SART disciplines. Invited seminar to the Second National SART Training Conference, New Orleans, LA. Geffner, R. (2003, May). Family violence, trauma, ADHD and the brain: Integrating what we know to improve assessment and treatment. Invited workshop to Children s Institute training seminars, Los Angeles, CA.

18 Geffner Page 18 Geffner, R., Fox, M., Goldstein, S., & Ducote, R. (2003, May). In the best interests of the child -Conducting custody evaluations: Techniques, legal & ethical requirements, domestic violence and child sexual abuse issues. Invited workshop for Kane County Task Force for Review of Custody Evaluations, and FVSAI, Geneva, IL. Geffner, R. (2003, April). Effects of family violence on children: Practical applications for custody evaluations. Invited workshop for National Institute of Victims Studies and FVSAI, Dallas, TX. Geffner, R. (2003, April). Domestic violence: Abuse-specific couples assessment and treatment. Invited seminar to Grand Rounds, Tripler Army Medical Center, Social Work Service and Medical Staff, Tripler, HI. Geffner, R. (2003, April). UMT training on domestic violence: Abuse-specific couples treatment. Invited workshop to U. S. Army Chaplains and Community Ministers, Honolulu, HI. Levesque, D.A., & Geffner, R. (2003, March). Stages of change for men who batter: Utilizing research in treatment. Invited presentation to annual California Association of Batterer Intervention Programs conference, Pismo Beach, CA. Geffner, R. (2003, March). Family violence and child maltreatment: relationship to head injuries, learning disabilities, and ADHD. Invited presentation to 9 th National 2 nd International Conference on Abuse of Children & Adults with Disabilities, Riverside, CA. Geffner, R. (2002, October). 1) Family violence: Prevalence and impact; 2) Multiple victimization: Family violence, ADHD, trauma, and their brain; 3) Children exposed to family violence: Identification and assessment; and 4) intervention approaches for children exposed to family violence. Invited keynote addresses to Family Guidance Training Institute annual Effects of Family Violence on Children conference, Chattanooga, TN. Geffner, R. (2002, October). 1) Current issues and controversies in integrating family violence & child maltreatment services; 2) Issues and current research concerning domestic violence treatment; 3) Techniques in working with domestic violence offenders and their spouses/partners; and 4) Multi-cultural issues in domestic violence treatment: Panel discussion. Invited keynote address and seminars to Kern County Coalition Against Domestic Violence annual Domestic Violence Conference, Bakersfield, CA. Geffner, R. (2002, October). Child & adolescent maltreatment victims and offenders: Current research, issues, assessment and treatment. Invited workshop to Family Violence & Sexual Assault Institute, Maui County Children s Justice Committee, and Women Helping Women, Kahului, Maui, HI. Geffner, R. (2002, October). Family violence, trauma, ADHD and the Brain: Understanding and integrating what we know for practice. Invited seminar to Grand Rounds, Tripler Army Medical Center, Social Work Service and Medical Staff, Honolulu, HI. Geffner, R., & Miles, Rev. A. (2002, October). UMT training on domestic violence: Dynamics, identification and treatment of spouse abuse. Invited workshop to U. S. Army Chaplains and Community Ministers, Schofield Barracks, HI. Geffner, R. (2002, September). Family violence, trauma, ADHD and the Brain: Understanding and integrating what we know for practice. Plenary to 7 th International Conference on Family Violence, San Diego, CA. Yeamans, R., Ducote, R., Goldstein, S. & Geffner, R. (2002, September). Dissecting forensic child custody evaluation reports: Pitfalls & good techniques. Invited workshop presented to 7 th International Conference on Family Violence, San Diego, CA. Geffner, R. (2002, September). Effects of family violence on children: Integrating domestic violence & child maltreatment. Invited Seminar to San Mateo County Children Exposed to Domestic Violence Green Book Project Task Force, San Mateo, CA Geffner, R. (2002, September). Assessment and treatment issues for intimate partner violence. Invited workshop to Children s Institute International training seminars, Los Angeles. Geffner, R. (2002, August). 1) Treatment of children exposed to family violence; and 2) Family violence, trauma, ADHD, and the brain: Understanding and integrating what we know for practice. Invited workshops for annual Family Strengths conference, Office of Child Abuse Prevention, Dept. of Social Services, Sacramento, CA. Geffner, R. (2002, August). Multicultural issues in family violence research and intervention. In M. Crosbie-Burnett & R. Geffner (Co-Chairs), Multicultural and diversity issues in family violence. Invited symposium presented to the American Psychological Association annual conference, Chicago, IL. Geffner, R. & Kendall-Tackett, K. (2002, August). When child maltreatment changes the body and the brain: A new look at ADHD, trauma, neuropsychology, and chronic pain. Symposium presented to Victimization of Children & Youth: An International Conference, Family Research Laboratory and Crimes Against Children Research Center, UNH, Portsmouth, NH. Geffner, R., Goldstein, S, Fox, M., & Ducote, R. (2002, July & November). Conducting custody evaluations in the best interests of the child: Techniques, new legal & ethical requirements, and child sexual abuse issues.

19 Geffner Page 19 Workshops conducted for FVSAI, CSPP at AIU, & California Psych Assoc. - Div 1, San Diego & Burlingame, CA. Geffner, R., Koonin, M., Devine, R., Jordan, J., Drozd, L., Kwuon, I, & Cabarcas, A. (2002, June). Domestic violence training: Treatment of batterers (40 hours for DV treatment providers). Workshops conducted for Family Violence & Sexual Assault Institute, San Diego, CA. Geffner, R. (2002, April). Current issues and the effects of family violence on children. Invited workshop to U. S. Army Family Advocacy Program and Army Community Services, Fort Polk, LA. Geffner, R. (2002, April). 1) Identification and treatment of children exposed to family violence; 2) Treatment of victims and offenders of spouse abuse; and 3) Family violence, trauma, ADHD, and the brain: What do these have in common? Invited workshops to 5 th Annual Child Abuse/Domestic Violence Prevention Conference, Indian Health Center/Mental Health Program, Winslow, AZ. Geffner, R. (2002, February). Trauma, family violence, ADHD, and the brain: What do these have in common? Invited presentation to 8 th National 1 st International Conference on Abuse of Children & Adults with Disabilities, Riverside, CA. Geffner, R. (2002, February). Effects of family violence on children. Invited presentation to the Association of Traumatic Stress Specialists Annual Conference, San Diego, CA. Geffner, R. (2002, February). Domestic violence: Assessment & treatment for spouse/partner abuse. Invited workshop by California School of Professional Psychology, Alliant International University & FVSAI, San Diego. Geffner, R. (2002, January). Spouse abuse: Current issues and approaches in assessment and treatment of victims, offenders, and children exposed. Invited seminar to U. S. Army Family Advocacy Staff Training Advance (FASTA) Course, San Antonio, TX. Geffner, R., Harvey, M., & Dalenberg, C. (2001, December). Dealing with the immediate aftermath of the terrorists attacks in a conference setting: Implications and practical suggestions. Invited symposium presented to ISTSS annual conference, New Orleans, LA. Geffner, R. (2001, November). 1) Multidisciplinary approaches and interventions for Domestic Violence cases (with S. Goldstein); 2) Identification, assessment & intervention for offenders and victims of DV; 3) Engaging and counseling skills to work with resistant and unmotivated perpetrators; 4) Custody and access disputes involving DV cases (with S. Goldstein); 5) Effects of family violence on children: Assessment and intervention. Invited training programs and additional consultation for Social Welfare Department, Special Administrative Governmental Region, Hong Kong, China. Geffner, R. (2001, November). Domestic violence: Assessment and treatment of spouse/partner abuse. Invited workshop to annual Kern County Mental Health Training conference, Bakersfield, CA. Geffner, R., Drozd, L., Bucky, L., & Caudill, B. (2001, October). Conducting child custody evaluations: Practical techniques & procedures. Workshop for FVSAI and California Psychological Association, Division 1 continuing education programs, Costa Mesa, CA. Geffner, R., Koonin, M., Devine, R., Jordan, J., Drozd, L., & Cabarcas, A. (2001, October). Domestic violence training: Treatment of batterers (40 hours for DV treatment providers). Workshops conducted for Family Violence & Sexual Assault Institute, San Diego, CA. Geffner, R.(2001, September). 1) Dynamics of spouse/partner abuse: Identification, assessment, & current research; 2) Treatment approaches for spouse/partner abuse: Controversies & specific programs. Invited keynote addresses to 12 th McGuire Memorial Conference on Family Violence, Billings, MT. Geffner, R. (2001, September). 1) Trauma, family violence, ADHD, and the brain: What do these have in common? and 2) Treating couples who have experienced spouse/partner abuse: Controversies and techniques. Invited presentations to 8 th annual Family Strengths, Family -Centered Services Conference, California Department of Social Services Office of Child Abuse Prevention, Sacramento. Busch, R., Chu, P., Davidson, H., Straus, M., Yllo, K., & Geffner, R. (Chair) (2001, September). Family violence: Proactively changing policies. Plenary session presented to 6 th International Conference on Family Violence, San Diego, CA. Geffner, R., Sonkin, D., Rosenbaum, A., LaViolette, A., & Dubois, J. (2001, September). Standards for domestic violence offender treatment: Controversies and Issues. Keynote panel presented to 6 th International Conference on Family Violence, San Diego, CA. Dutton, D., Sonkin, D., & Geffner, R. (2001, September). Long-term effects of domestic violence on children: Are today s child victims tomorrow s violence offenders? Keynote panel chaired by A. Rosenbaum, presented to 6 th International Conference on Family Violence, San Diego, CA.

20 Geffner Page 20 Geffner, R., Drozd, L., Ducote, R., Rosenfeld, A., et al (2001, September). Custody issues in family violence cases: A mock trial and expert testimony. Invited workshop to 6 th International Conference on Family Violence. Geffner, R. (2001, August). Current approaches for treating victims and offenders of spouse/ partner abuse. In R. Geffner (Chair), Current approaches for treatment of trauma in family violence cases. Symposium presented to American Psychological Association annual conference, San Francisco. Geffner, R. (2001, August). Domestic violence & the courts: An online judicial training course (Presentencing Considerations with Judge J. Hall, and Sentencing Options with Judge D. Dal Santo). Invited presentations for Judicial Education Center, Albuquerque, NM. Geffner, R. (2001, July). Family violence research: Where are we and where should we be going? Invited plenary to 7 th International Family Violence Research Conference, Portsmouth, NH. Jaffe, P., Poisson, S., Geffner, R., et al (2001, June). Custody and access disputes involving domestic violence: Legal and clinical challenges. Invited workshop presented to Children Exposed to Domestic Violence international conference, London, Ontario, Canada. Geffner, R., Ruebsamen, M., Barnard, L., & Livingston, J. (2001, June). Practical applications for custody evaluations: Domestic violence training. Workshops presented for FVSAI, PGSP, Family Court Services, and Domestic Violence Coalitions, Palo Alto, CA. Geffner, R. (2001. April). 1) Integrating family violence and child protection; 2) Effects of domestic violence on children; 3) Child custody issues and domestic violence; 4) Coordinating a community action plan (with J. Marciano). Invited presentations/consultation for AZ Governor s Rural Summit on Domestic Violence. Geffner, R. (2001, April). 1) Protecting our children: Community-based identification and intervention methods; 2) Violence and abuse in the family: and 3) Domestic violence: New Directions in intervention and treatment. Invited keynote addresses to 15 th National Conference on the Family in Stress and Crisis, Santa Fe, NM. Geffner, R. (2001, April). Are children s reports of sexual abuse minimized or ignored? If so, why? Invited presentation to 7 th annual Northern California Child Sexual Abuse Awareness conference, Davis, CA. Geffner, R. (2001, April). 1) Integrating family violence and child maltreatment; 2) Identifying and treating children exposed to family violence; 3) Treating offenders and victims of spouse/partner abuse. Invited keynote address and presentations at Sacred Circle of Life 4 th Annual Child Abuse and Domestic Violence Prevention Conference, Winslow Mental Health Program, Luepp Division of Social Services and Navajo County Board of Supervisors, Winslow, AZ. Geffner, R. (2001, March, July). Identification, assessment & intervention for spouse/partner abuse. Invited workshops by California School of Professional Psychology, Alliant International University and FVSAI, Los Angeles and San Diego, CA. Drozd, L., & Geffner, R. (2001, March). Controversial issues in custody evaluations: Domestic violence, alienation, and substance abuse. Workshop presented to California Psychological Association annual conference, Costa Mesa, CA. Geffner, R. (2001, March). 1) Understanding domestic violence: A multidisciplinary approach; 2) Identification, assessment & intervention for families facing domestic violence; 3) Identification, assessment & intervention for domestic violence perpetrators. Invited training programs and additional consultation for Social Welfare Department, Special Administrative Governmental Region, Hong Kong. Geffner, R., & Choy, S. (2001, February). Effects of family violence on children: Assessment and intervention. 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