Professional Information
Dr. Lilia
Szarski
Child and Family Psychologist
Psychology Division-Circular Nominees
Individual & Family Services
Education, Honors & Awards
Monash University; Swinburne University of Technology
MD, Psychology, Monash University 1982 – 1991; Post Graduate Diploma in Educational Psychology, Masters of Ed (Psychology); BA, Psychology and Sociology, Swinburne University of Technology 1973 - 1977
1991
Quoted in the book on the history of the Family Court "Born in Hope" by Shurlee Swain. Presented at international and local conferences including in Vancouver, Cape town, Perth and Melbourne, etc.. Part of a delegation on Family Law to South Africa in 2009.
Personal Information
Australia
Glen Iris, Melbourne
S.R.C, Association of Family and Conciliation Court in USA and AUS, International Association of Applied Psychology, Australian Attorney General's department.
Snow Skiing; Traveling
Husband, Leon Szarski; Son, Martin Szarski
More than 25 years
Dr. Lilia Szarski is a distinguished Physiologist with a plethora of experience and knowledge on human behavior. Commencing a career in Family Court of Australia as a Court Counselor, assessing and counseling separated families and children, while progressing to being a clinical supervisor and manager of the counseling section in the Court, Dr. Szarski has taken upon many roles. Her future endeavors are tailored towards developing groups of physiologists and unleashing her knowledge and 35 years of experience to the generation after her. Dr. Szarski passion, drive, and curiosity on human behavior has excelled her abilities to continue to research, evaluate, and condition her practice. She is an accredited Family Law Mediator and is registered as Family Dispute Resolution Provider and international public speaker that has presented at international and local conferences including in Vancouver, Cape town, Perth and Melbourne to name a few.
Separation, Divorce and Children's Living Arrangements, Family Dispute Resolution, Counseling and Therapy, Undertakes Parenting Coordination of Court Orders Mediation, Counseling Psychology, Dispute Resolution, Courts, Psychology, Adolescents, Alternative Dispute, Psychological Assessment, Separation, Child Development.
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