Dr. Marsha Kline Pruett

Dr. Kline Pruett has maintained a clinical practice since 1991, where she has treated individual adults and children, couples, and families. Dr. Kline Pruett currently works exclusively with couples, individuals focused on their parenting, and families. She specializes in working with those considering or in the midst of separating and divorcing, remarrying, or figuring out how to co-parent during these life transitions. She provides research/fact expert witness work for attorneys. She has skills in working on parenting plans for all age children, including those under the age of five years. Dr. Kline Pruett is especially interested in working with couples interested in divorcing cooperatively for the benefit of their children…read more

Dr. Kline Pruett holds masters’ degrees in Education (University of Penn) and in Legal Studies (Yale Law School), and a Ph.D. in Clinical/Community Psychology (University of California at Berkeley). She is a clinical diplomate from the American Board of Professional Psychology in Couples and Family and a Fellow from the Society for Couple and Family Psychology (Division 43) of the American Psychological Association…read more

A primary focus of Dr. Kline Pruett’s scholarship has been the Supporting Father Involvement (SFI) intervention program, a coparenting program for parents/caregivers and their children. SFI aims to reduce child abuse and neglect and enhance family well-being through an intervention that encourages father involvement and partnered co-parenting (among married and unmarried parents as well as coparenting family members)… read more

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