The CIMC Resource Library
- Child Interview Tool 1: Research Scales
- Child Interview Tool 2: Bear Cards
- Child Interview Tool 3: Separation Story Stems (Available only in Module 5B of the full CIMC Course)
- Child Interview Clinical Guidelines (Available only in Module 5B of the full CIMC Course)
- Child Inclusion as a Principle and as Evidence-Based Practice (McIntosh)
- McIntosh 2003 – Impacts of Conflict Lecture (Video)
- Moloney 2003 – The Case for Child Focused Mediation Lecture (Video)
- Suggested Introductory Reading: Children’s Attachment Development
- Selected Recommended Reading Developmental Impacts of Parental Conflict
- McIntosh 2015 – Singapore Plenary Address to 3rd Family Justice Practice Forum
- McIntosh June 2016 for AFCC: Ask the Experts
- McIntosh, J., & Moloney, L. (2006). Child focused dialogues: DVD and companion handbook. Canberra, Australia: Attorney-General’s Department.
- Grimes, A., & McIntosh, J. (2004). Emerging practice issues in child inclusive divorce mediation. Journal of Family Studies, 10(1), 113-120.
- Sadowski, C., & McIntosh, J.E. (2015). On laughter and loss: Children’s views of shared time, parenting and security post-separation. Childhood, 23(1), 69-86: Abridged PDF (Full article)
- Exploring Teens Interview with Professor Jennifer McIntosh (2016): Supporting your teens through your divorce
Click here for Professor Jennifer McIntosh’s publications relevant to Child Inclusive practices.
Professor Jennifer McIntosh
Jennifer (better known as Jenn) is a clinical child psychologist, family therapist and developmental researcher. Her research and clinical work is vast. Here on CBD, we house Jenn's interventions for separated families in high conflict. In 2019, she was awarded Member of the Order of Australia in recognition for this work.
Being separated parents of a baby or toddler is a big job. Young Children in Divorce and Separation (YCIDS) is here to help. YCIDS is a short online education program for separated parents of very young children (0-4 years). YCIDS provides invaluable information about early development and the needs of very young children in separation, and helps parents to get on the same page about co-parenting between two homes. YCIDS won’t tell you what to do. It will show you the right questions to ask, to arrive at your own good decisions about co-parenting your child, in your circumstances, now and into the future.
Tom’s Game is a true story, told by a seven year old boy. Tom takes us through the breakdown of his parent’s marriage. With humour and charm, Tom tells us all about court, through the eyes of a child. Just when his parents seem to be ready to self-destruct, along comes a little lady with big glasses, and some child inclusive solutions for the whole family.