has been in clinical practice since 2001 working with parents, children and families. She is a Registered Psychologist and has an undergraduate degree in Psychology from the University of Calgary and a graduate degree in Counselling Psychology from Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington.
Ms. Lux has specialized training and experience in working with couples and their families as they go through divorce and post-divorce. Ms. Lux provides divorce-related forensic services such as parent mediation, parent coordination, co-parenting counselling, reunification therapy, psychological testing, parenting-time/parenting responsibility assessments (previously known as bilateral custody and access assessments), parental fitness evaluations and litigation support.
Ms. Lux has given expert testimony regarding divorce and the best psychological interest of children in both Provincial Court and the Court of Queen’s Bench.
Ms. Lux works with the College of Alberta Psychologists providing investigation and expert opinion reports with regard to whether a particular psychologist has met the minimum standards of practice expected by the College. She has also provided remedial training to psychologists mandated by the college to address deficits in their practice.
Other areas of clinical interest include counselling, particularly cognitive-behavioral therapy for depression and anxiety, relationship counselling, anger, self-esteem and sexual identity.
Ms. Lux is a member of the College of Alberta Psychologists, the Psychological Association of Alberta, the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (national and provincial chapters). She is listed on the Canadian Register of Health Service Psychologists.
Ms. Lux's Alberta Registration Number is #2803.
If you would like to contact Ms. Lux, she may be reached via email: email@example.com
CV: Glenda Lux, M.A., R. Psych.
Education & Licensure:
Registered Psychologist, College of Alberta Psychologists (2003)
M.A., Counseling Psychology, Gonzaga University, Washington (2001)
B.A., Psychology (with distinction), University of Calgary (1994)
Specialist in High Conflict Divorce and Co-Parenting
- Bilateral Parenting Assessments
- Parenting Coordination
- Parenting Mediation
- Conflict Intervention
- Litigation Support
- Reunification therapy
- Divorce Related Co-Parenting Counselling
- Parenting Plan Facilitation
Other Areas of Practise
- Individual and Relationship Counselling
- Investigator with the College of Alberta Psychologists
- Expert opinions for the College of Alberta Psychologists (with regard to whether a particular psychologist has met the minimum standards of practice expected of a Psychologist on a given file)
- Expert Witness Testimony (Court of Queen’s Bench and Provincial Court of Alberta)
Professional Organization Memberships and Affiliations
- College of Alberta Psychologists
- Psychological Association of Alberta
- Association of Family and Conciliation Courts both National and Provincial Chapters
- Canadian Register of Health Service Psychologists
- 2014 Alberta Family Mediation Society/ Association of Family and Conciliation Courts- Alberta Chapter Joint Conference: "The Perspectives Program" a custom tailored, coordinated and systemic "team therapist" approach to working with high conflict families within the structure of a long term Practice Note 7 intervention.
- 2014 Canadian Bar Association (Alberta Branch): Practice Note 7 and Practice Note 8, Pet Peeves.
Amundson, J. and Lux G. (2019). Tippins and Wittman Revisited: Law, Social Science, and the Role of the Child Custody Expert 14 Years Later. Family Court Review, 57: 88-106. doi:10.1111/fcre.12398.
Amundson, J.K., Lux G.M. (2016). Risk Management in High-Conflict Divorce/Parenting Referrals: It’s How You Walk Through the Fire. Canadian Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy ISSN 0826-3893 Vol. 50 No. 3-S © 2016 Pages S10–S22.
Amundson, J.K.and Lux G.M. (2016). The Issue of Ethics and Authority for Licensed Mental Health Professionals Involved in Parenting Coordination. Family Court Review, 54: 446–456. doi: 10.1111/fcre.12223.
Amundson, Jon K., Lux G., & Hindmarch, B. (2005). Investigative vs. Clinical Emphasis in Child Custody Evaluation: A Reflection on Austin and Kirkpatrick. Journal of Child Custody, 2(4), 69-83.