Abigail M. Judge, Ph.D., is the Clinical Director for Stable Paths of Massachusetts.
Dr. Judge is a clinical and child forensic psychologist in private practice in Cambridge, MA and at the Massachusetts General Hospital. She is also on the part-time clinical faculty at the Harvard Medical School, and she formerly served on the Board of Directors for the Massachusetts chapter of AFCC.
Dr. Judge specializes in psychotherapy with adolescents, families affected by high conflict divorce, and survivors of domestic sex trafficking and other trauma. Recent publications include Overcoming Parent-Child Contact Problems: Family-Based Interventions for Resistance, Rejection, and Alienation, with Robin Deutsch, Ph.D. (Oxford University Press, 2017), and Adolescent Sexual Behavior in the Digital Age: Considerations for Clinicians, Legal Professionals and Educators (Oxford University Press, 2014).
Overcoming Parent-Child Contact Problems: Family-Based Interventions for Resistance, Rejection, and Alienation, Edited by Abigail M. Judge and Robin M. Deutsch
Judge, A.M., Bailey, R., Behrman-Lippert J., Bailey E., Psaila C., and Dickel J. The Transitioning Families Therapeutic Reunification Model In Nonfamilial Abductions. (2016). Family Court Review, 54(2): 232-250.
Applying the Kübler-Ross stages of grief to high conflict divorce, presented by Rebecca Bailey, Ph.D., Jamie Isicoff, JD, Abigail Judge, Ph.D. presented at the 2017 AFCC Conference
Hidden in plain sight: Human trafficking in family and juvenile courts, presented by Abigail Judge, Ph.D. and Dr. Jennifer Murphy, presented at the 2017 AFCC Conference