Dr. Margerum is a licensed clinical psychologist and Co-Director of the Michigan Family Institute. She received her doctorate from the University of Detroit and pursued extensive post-doctoral training in family therapy. She has worked in a variety of settings including foster care, in-patient hospital care and a runaway shelter and brings more than twenty years of experience in working with families with difficult problems.
Dr. Margerum is a sought-after speaker and provides professional training and consultative services for domestic violence programs, schools, courts and mental health organizations. She has been published in Innovations in Clinical Practice: A Source Book, The Family Therapy Networker, and Telling Stories to Children. She is also co-author of Treating the High Conflict Divorce.
Jerome Price and Judith Margerum co-authored The Right to be the Grown-Up: Helping Parents Be Parents to Their Difficult Teens, which provides coping skills and a host of practical, easy-to-implement strategies to help parents reclaim their lives when their children’s behavior is out of control.