Writing

In addition to clinical and forensic practice and consultation, writing is a significant part of Dr. Judge’s professional activities. She has edited two books and her writing has been published in peer reviewed journal articles and book chapters.

Books

Select publications include the following:

  • Judge, A.M. (2017). Adolescent “sexting” and pornography use. In Righthand, S. & Murphy, W. (Eds), The Safer Society Handbook of Assessment and Treatment of Adolescents Who Have Sexually Offended, First Edition. Brandon, VT: The Safer Society Press.
  • Judge, A.M. & Ward, P. (2017). The perfect storm: High conflict family dynamics, complex therapist reactions and suggestions for clinical management. In A.M. Judge & R.M. Deutsch (Eds.) Family-Based Interventions for Children with Resistance, Rejection and Alienation: Overcoming Barriers and Other Clinical Approaches. New York: NY: Oxford University Press.
  • Judge, A.M. & Bailey, R. (2017). More than words: The use of experiential therapies in the treatment of families with parent-child contact problems and parental alienation. In A.M. Judge & R.M. Deutsch (Eds.) Family-Based Interventions for Children with Resistance, Rejection and Alienation: Overcoming Barriers and Other Clinical Approaches. New York: NY: Oxford University Press.
  • Judge, A.M., Bailey, R., Lippert, J., Bailey, E., Psaila, C., Dickel, J. (2016). The Transitioning Families reunification model in non-familial abductions. Family Court Review, 54, 2, 232-249.
  • Judge, A.M. & Graw Leary, M. (2014). From the streets to cyberspace: The effects of technology on the commercial sexual exploitation of children and adolescents in the United States. In F.M. Saleh, A. Grudzinskas & A.M. Judge (Eds.), Adolescent Sexual Behavior in the Digital Age: Considerations for Clinicians, Legal Professionals and Educators. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
  • Judge, A.M., Saleh, F.M. (2013). “Sexting,” cybersex and Internet use: The relationship between adolescent sexual behavior and electronic technologies. In R. Rosner (Ed.), Clinical Handbook of Adolescent Addiction. New York: Wiley.
  • Judge, A.M. (2012). “Sexting” among U.S. adolescents: Clinical and legal perspectives. Harvard Review of Psychiatry, 20 (2): 86-96.