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Dr. Bill Fyfe J.

Psychologist

Columbine Counseling Center P.C

Direct Phone: (303) ***-****       

Email: b***@***.com

Columbine Counseling Center P.C

710 Kipling Suite 306

Lakewood, Colorado 80215

United States

Background Information

Employment History

Chair
COAFCC

President and Member of the Board of Governors
Colorado State Interdisciplinary Committee

President and Member of the Board
Governor's for the Colorado State Interdisciplinary Committee

Affiliations

Member
American Psychological Association

Board Member of the Colorado Chapter
Association of Family and Conciliation Courts

Founding Board Member for the Colorado Chapter
Association of Family and Conciliation Courts

Board Member
Colorado Association for Sex Therapies

Education

Ed.D.

doctorate
psychology
University of Northern Colorado

doctorate
psychology

Web References (26 Total References)


Welcome to Columbine Counseling Center

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Bill J. Fyfe, Ed.D. Psychologist

Columbine Counseling
Bill J. Fyfe, Ed.D. is a state licensed psychologist. Dr. Fyfe specializes in relationship problems (couples and/or family) and outpatient psychotherapy with adolescents and adults. Dr. Fyfe was president and member of the Board of Governor's for the Colorado State Interdisciplinary Committee (CIDC), was past board member and secretary for the Metropolitan Denver Interdisciplinary Committee (MDIC), and a former board member of the Colorado Association for Sex Therapies (CAST). He was a founding board member for the Colorado Chapter of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (COAFCC).
Dr. Fyfe currently serves on the Colorado Supreme Court Standing Committee on Family Issues. Dr. Fyfe chaired the COAFCC 2008 Program Committee, co-chaired the 2001 CIDC Conference On Children and Divorce and was on the Planning Committee for the 2002 CIDC Conference. He co-chaired the 23rd Annual Breckenridge IDC Conference On Children and Divorce in 1999 and chaired the 12th Annual Child Custody Conference at Keystone in 1988 co-sponsored by Denver and Boulder IDC's, the Family Law Section of the Colorado Bar Association, and Colorado Legal Education (CLE).
Dr. Fyfe is a member of the American Psychological Association. He earned his doctorate in psychology from the University of Northern Colorado in 1978. Before establishing a private practice in Lakewood, Colorado in 1983, Dr. Fyfe was an assistant professor at New Mexico State University. He maintained a psychotherapy practice in Las Cruces, New Mexico from 1979-1982. Prior positions include Outreach Coordinator for Horizon House Psychiatric Center, Drug Rehabilitation Program, 1972-1976, and Assistant Director of Services, Operation Concern, Teenage Consultation Center, 1970-1972.
Dr. Fyfe has lectured and presented on a variety of topics including research on various aspects of divorce adjustment, adolescent development, high conflict divorce, couples issues and brain development in children.
Dr. Fyfe serves as a court appointed Parental Responsibility Evaluator, Child and Family Investigator and Parenting Coordinator, with or without decision-making authority, in high conflict post-divorce cases. Dr. Fyfe provides parenting plan consultation. Dr. Fyfe has testified numerous times across the state in divorce cases and criminal matters.
Dr. Fyfe's Cirriculum Vitae (CV) (click here)


KnowYourCourts.com News & Comments - 3rd Qtr., 2008

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Myriad complaints regarding --for example-- Bill Fyfe, David Kieffer, Dee Brodbeck, et al. have contained the same allegation (that the practitioner did not interview one or both parties or interview fact witnesses or conduct a substantive investigation).

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One of the honorary speakers at this annual opportunity to schmooze with judges and co-mingle with other divorce industry experts (DIEs), is the esteemed Bill J. Fyfe . Fyfe is on the Program Committee of the Colorado Chapter of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (CCAFCC).
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Indeed, folks like our very own esteemed Bill J. Fyfe have been clamoring in support of the cash cow parenting coordinator role for years. Consider these priceless Bill Fyfe quotes:
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Mr. Fyfe needs to take a few classes in Constitutional law to learn about such concepts as the First Amendment and get up to speed on some Colorado case law regarding the improper delegation of judicial authority. 10 Oh wait -- I keep forgetting that domestic relations courts generally don't apply Constitutional principles. Never mind.
Speaking of Fyfe, there's more:
Back in January of 2007, a group of parents --myself included-- tendered a petition to Chief Justice Mullarkey containing disturbing allegations regarding Fyfe. Significantly, most of the allegations are substantiated (based on irrevocable statements he wrote or said (because he hasn't yet figured out when to stifle himself)) or are undisputed. Nevertheless, we never received a response to the petition.
Now, I learn --also from an email contributor-- that Fyfe has become a member of the Supreme Court's Committee on Family Issues (see April meeting minutes , apparently denoting him as a current member). You wouldn't know that from that Committee's Web site membership roster, which appears to be rarely updated.
Not only has the Supreme Court elevated him to an esteemed position, apparently the practitioner community endorses his behavior: He was a speaker at the most recent Family Law Update; he is a featured speaker at the upcoming Family Law Institute; and he is the chair of the COAFCC Program Committee. And yet, this is a guy who has unreservedly maligned other professionals in the same community (click here).
In light of the fact that --to cite one example-- I've gone to the Court of Appeals not once; not twice; but three times --and won each appeal-- because a district judge refused to even consider the allegations against Fyfe, it seems pretty clear that the concerns many of us have raised (that the General Assembly, the legal profession, the mental health profession and the trial judges have knowingly imposed irreversible harms on our children) are valid. See, e.g., The Toronto Star, "Unqualified Mediators Prey on Broken Families.
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To illustrate my concern about the lack of information availability and the effect it has on the community, consider the overwhelming evidence I've collected regarding Bill Fyfe's pattern of conduct, which I believe is paradigmatic of the industry and, which I believe is only the tip of the iceberg in his particular practice: Yet, Fyfe was a speaker at the most recent Family Law Update; he is a featured speaker at the upcoming Family Law Institute; and he is the chair of the COAFCC Program Committee.


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William Fyfe Colorado Bar Association CLE

The Colorado and Denver Bar Association
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William Fyfe
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Bill J. Fyfe, Ed.D. Columbine Counseling Center, PC 710 Kipling St., Ste. 306 Lakewood, CO 80215 (303) 232-6972 bfyfe@columbinecounseling.com Bill J. Fyfe, Ed.D. is a state-licensed psychologist. Dr. Fyfe specializes in relationship problems (couple and/or family) and outpatient psychotherapy with adolescents and adults. Dr. Fyfe is past president and member of the Board of Governors of the Colorado State Interdisciplinary Committee (CIDC). He is a past board member and past secretary of the Metropolitan Denver Interdisciplinary Committee (MDIC), as well as a former board member of the Colorado Association for Sex Therapies (CAST). He is a current board member of the Colorado Chapter of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (COAFCC). Dr. Fyfe is chair of the COAFCC 2008 Program Committee. He co-chaired the 2001 CIDC Conference on Children and Divorce and was on the planning committee for the 2002 CIDC Conference. In 1999, he co-chaired the 23rd Annual Breckenridge IDC Conference on Children and Divorce. Dr. Fyfe chaired the 12th Annual Child Custody Conference at Keystone in 1988, co-sponsored by the Denver and Boulder IDCs, the Family Law Section of the Colorado Bar Association, and Colorado Bar Association CLE. Dr. Fyfe has been a member of the American Psychological Association since 1981. He earned his doctorate in psychology from the University of Northern Colorado in 1978. Before establishing a private practice in Lakewood, Colorado, in 1983, Dr. Fyfe was an assistant professor at New Mexico State University. He maintained a psychotherapy practice in Las Cruces, New Mexico from 1979 to 1982. Prior positions include outreach coordinator for Horizon House Psychiatric Center, Drug Rehabilitation Program, 1972 to 1976, and assistant director of services, Operation Concern, Teenage Consultation Center, 1970 to 1972. Dr. Fyfe has lectured and presented on a variety of topics, including research on various aspects of divorce adjustment, adolescent development, high-conflict divorce, couples issues, and brain development in children. Dr. Fyfe serves as a court-appointed parental responsibility evaluator, child and family investigator, and parenting coordinator (with or without decision-making authority) in high-conflict post-divorce cases. Dr. Fyfe provides parenting plan consultation and has testified numerous times across the state in divorce cases and criminal matters.


William Fyfe ...

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William Fyfe

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Dr. Fyfe specializes in relationship problems (couples and,or family) and outpatient psychotherapy with adolescents and adults.He is past president and current member of the Board of Governors for the Colorado State Interdisciplinary Committee (CIDC) and is a past board member and past secretary of the Metropolitan Denver IDC, as well as a former board member of the Colorado Association for Sex Therapies (CAST).Dr. Fyfe co-chaired the 2001 CIDC Conference On Children and Divorce and was on the planning committee for the 2002 CIDC Conference.In 1999, he co-chaired the 23rd Annual Breckenridge IDC Conference On Children and Divorce.Dr Fyfe chaired the 12th Annual Child Custody Conference at Keystone in 1988 co-sponsored by Denver's and Boulder's IDC's, the Family Law Section of the Colorado Bar Association, and Continuing Legal Education in Colorado, Inc. (CLE).Dr. Fyfe is a member of the American Psychological Association and the Society of Colorado Psychologist.He earned his doctorate in psychology form the University of Northern Colorado in 1978.Before establishing a private practice in Lakewood in 1983, Dr. Fyfe was an assistant professor at New Mexico State University.He maintained a psychotherapy practice in Las Cruces, New Mexico, from 1979 to 1982.Prior positions include Outreach Coordinator for Horizon House Psychiatric Center Drug Rehabilitation Program, 1972-1976, and Assistant Director of Services, Operation Concern, Teenage Consultation Center, 1970-1972.Dr. Fufe lectures on a variety of topics, including adolescent development, high-conflict divorce, couples' issues, and brain development in children.He serves as a court-appointed parental responsibility evaluator, child and family investigator, and parenting coordinator in high-conflict cases.Dr. Fyfe has testified numerous times across the state in divorce cases and criminal matters.


Welcome to Columbine Counseling Center

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Bill J. Fyfe, Ed.D. Psychologist

Columbine Counseling
Bill J. Fyfe, Ed.D. is a state licensed psychologist. Dr. Fyfe specializes in relationship problems (couples and/or family) and outpatient psychotherapy with adolescents and adults. Dr. Fyfe is past president and member of the Board of Governor's for the Colorado State Interdisciplinary Committee (CIDC). He is a past board member and past secretary of the Metropolitan Denver Interdisciplinary Committee (MDIC), as well as a former board member of the Colorado Association for Sex Therapies (CAST). He is a current board member of the Colorado Chapter of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (COAFCC).
Dr. Fyfe is chair of the COAFCC 2008 Program Committee. He cochaired the 2001 CIDC Conference On Children and Divorce and was on the Planning Committee for the 2002 CIDC Conference. In 1999 he co-chaired the 23rd Annual Breckenridge IDC Conference On Children and Divorce. Dr. Fyfe chaired the 12th Annual Child Custody Conference at Keystone in 1988 co-sponsored by Denver and Boulder IDC's, the Family Law Section of the Colorado Bar Association, and Colorado Legal Education (CLE).
Dr. Fyfe is a member of the American Psychological Association. He earned his doctorate in psychology from the University of Northern Colorado in 1978. Before establishing a private practice in Lakewood, Colorado in 1983, Dr. Fyfe was an assistant professor at New Mexico State University. He maintained a psychotherapy practice in Las Cruces, New Mexico from 1979-1982. Prior positions include Outreach Coordinator for Horizon House Psychiatric Center, Drug Rehabilitation Program, 1972-1976, and Assistant Director of Services, Operation Concern, Teenage Consultation Center, 1970-1972.
Dr. Fyfe has lectured and presented on a variety of topics including research on various aspects of divorce adjustment, adolescent development, high conflict divorce, couples issues and brain development in children.
Dr. Fyfe serves as a court appointed Parental Responsibility Evaluator, Parenting Plan Consultant and Parenting Coordinator, with or without decision-making authority, in high conflict postdivorce cases. Dr. Fyfe has testified numerous times across the state in divorce cases and criminal matters.
Dr. Fyfe's Cirriculum Vitae (CV) (click here)

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