Professional Qualifications

Dr. Greenberg practices forensic and clinical psychology in Los Angeles. She has extensive experience with court-involved children and families, in both family law and juvenile dependency cases. She provides forensic consultation, child custody evaluation, specialized treatment, parenting coordination, and other specialized assistance to distressed children and families. She has extensive experience in cases involving issues such as allegations of child abuse and domestic violence, high parental conflict, parenting plans for young children, child alienation, the impact of external influence on children, and the appropriate role of children’s perceptions/needs in the resolution of family conflict. Dr. Greenberg also has specialized training and experience in addressing parental conflict related to children with “special needs,” including developmental delays, ADHD, disruptive/impulsivity disorders, autism spectrum disorders, and medical issues.

Dr. Greenberg has written and presented both locally and nationally on topics such as forensic psychology, professional ethics, child custody evaluation, child interviewing and suggestibility, assessment of allegations of child sexual abuse, court-related treatment, parenting coordination, “special needs” children, and approaches to conflict resolution in separated and divorcing families. A sought-after speaker, she has received rave reviews for trainings presented to mental health professionals, attorneys, judicial officers, and interdisciplinary audiences.

Dr. Greenberg has served on both local and national committees and task forces addressing the needs of children involved in Family and Juvenile Dependency Court cases. She chaired the Forensic Committee of the Los Angeles County Psychological Association, and currently serves as co-chair of the Family Forensic Special Interest Group of the American Psychological Association Division of Family Psychology. Dr. Greenberg serves as co-chair of the APA-ABA Joint Working Group in Representation and Advocacy for Children, a joint project of the American Psychological Association and the American Bar Association Family Law Section. Dr. Greenberg is a member of the (Southern) Children’s Issues Committee of the CA State Bar Association. She has been active in the development of local court rules and model orders, as well as state legislation. In 2006, she was recognized with the Division of Family Psychology’s Certificate of Special Achievement.

Dr. Greenberg holds a Ph.D. in Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology, as well as masters degrees in psychology and therapeutic recreation (recreation therapy). Dr. Greenberg completed pre-doctoral and post-doctoral training in settings focused on child abuse, family law and developmental issues. For more information, please visit a more complete curriculum vitae.