Nisenbaum, Ph.D., J.D.,
is a clinical psychologist and mediator. He has a Medical Staff
appointment in the Department of Psychiatry at Massachusetts General
Hospital and Harvard Medical School, and at several other hospitals.
In 2002, he was awarded the Ezra Saul Award for career achievement
and contributions by the Massachusetts Psychological Association,
of which he is a Past President. He serves on the Board of Directors
of the Massachusetts Council of Family Mediators. He also has served
as President of the Massachusetts Chapter of the Association of
Family and Conciliation Courts, and as President, Public Services
Psychology Division of the American Psychological Association. Although
he does not maintain an active law practice, Dr. Nisenbaum is also
a member of the Bar in Massachusetts, a member of the Boston and
Massachusetts Bar Associations, and served as a Hearing Officer
for the Board of Bar Overseers.
Rina Folman, Ph.D.,
has private practice offices for psychotherapy, divorce mediation,
parent coordination and separation and divorce related issues.
She is on staff at UMass Memorial Health Alliance. Dr. Folman
is nationally recognized as an expert witness with special expertise
in divorce, professional ethics including standards of care and
boundary issues, sexual abuse and trauma disorders. A significant
part of her practice includes coaching and/or consulting to lawyers
and their clients in order to help them prepare for the rigors
of litigation. Dr. Folman has been an active member of many professional
organizations including American Psychological Association, Massachusetts
Psychological Association, Massachusetts Association of Guardians
Ad Litem, Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, and Massachusetts
Council of Family Mediators.
Bruce W. Shackleton,
EdD, is a clinical psychologist, mediator and business coach.
For over twenty-five years, he has worked with individuals, families
and organizations to provide psychotherapy and consultation on
communications, stress management, work-family satisfaction and
creative problem solving. He has worked extensively with families,
family businesses, professional partnerships and executive teams
to manage successful conflict resolution and organizational change.
He served on the Board of Directors of the Massachusetts Psychological
Association and is a member of the American Psychological Association
and the National Register of Health Care Providers in Psychology.
Dr. Shackleton is on the staffs of McLean Hospital and Harvard