Bill Fyfe

last updated 9/10/2017

Bill J. Fyfe

Chair at Colorado AFCC

General Information

Education

Ed.D.

Ed.D.University of Denver Sturm College of Law

doctorate - psychology , University of Northern Colorado

Affiliations

Board Member - Columbine Counseling P.C

Board Member - Association of Family and Conciliation Courts

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

Member of the Committee - Ohio , company

Standing Committee On Family Issues - Supreme Court of Colorado

Member - American Psychological Association

Member - Colorado Chapter of AFCC

Board Member - Colorado Association for Sex Therapies

Board Member and Secretary - MDIC

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

Board Member and Secretary - Metropolitan Denver IDC

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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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News and Opinion

To see what another Colorado CFI ( Bill J. Fyfe) thinks about Daubert, see his attorney's October 20, 2009 brief (and my subsequent reply) here.
For years, I've been railing against the profit-driven Colorado divorce industry on this site (most recently, with my January 13th entry (in re Bill J. Fyfe) and January 4th (in re David Kieffer), below. Fyfe for fraudulent billing, did you win? In August of 2008, I forwarded you a memorandum regarding the unethical conduct of Bill J. Fyfe in numerous family law cases (acknowledged by your e-mail, hereinbelow). The memo included allegations of extortionate coercion, abuses of quasi-judicial power, and anonymous allegations of inappropriate advances toward women (mothers in custody cases). Mr. Fyfe was also on the Board of Governors, along with one of the judges who frequently appoints him, of a self-described lobbying group. A few years earlier, several parents had even signed a petition to Chief Justice Mullarkey about this same topic. Rather than conduct any inquiry into the allegations, it appears that you invited Mr. Fyfe to serve on the Supreme Court's Standing Committee on Family Issues, where Mr. Fyfe has input in how CFI matters are handled by family courts ( see an article he wrote, concerning his delight in serving on the Committee, attached hereto). You should also be aware that Mr. Fyfe recently submitted a brief to the Colorado Court of Appeals, where he claims that, his conduct that occurred between the repeal of CJD 97-02 and the publication of CJD 04-08 means that he was not subject to any accountability or ethical standards and, further, that he was not subject to the standards of his profession (promulgated by the APA) because, he argues, no Colorado law at that time required adherence to those standards. Candidly, Judge Montgomery, I believe it's a fair question to ask why Mr. Fyfe should be "serving" the people of Colorado in defining CFI practices and family law policy, when he has an established track record of only serving himself and the "divorce industry." My ex was in love/lust with Fyfe- she needed a rescue ranger. She told my young kids during the long haul that she would MARRY Fyfe! As always, I would testify, submit or do ANYTHING against Fyfe. I really should have sued the bastard but after almost 3 years I was tired and broke! As always, I so admire your tireless efforts. This allegation reminds of a December 4, 2003 memorandum in a different case, where Fyfe fended off similar allegations: "I did not have an affair with [mother] . . . I did not provide mother with sexually explicit material, and my wife does not maintain an apartment near [mother] " I understand you to be telling me that you are disappointed that I asked Bill Fyfe to serve on the Standing Committee after you sent me a "memorandum regarding the unethical conduct of Bill J. Fyfe. I asked Dr. Fyfe to serve based on my perception of his qualifications and not in response to your allegations or in lieu of any investigation into your allegations. This is because, once the DIE has been appointed, the DIE threatens the parent to report any "non-cooperation" to the court, as Bill Fyfe did with me in my case (Fyfe wrote me in a Nov. 13, 2003 e-mail, " If you cannot do this, I will report to the court that I cannot work with you because you won't agree to my procedures ").

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William Fyfe
Colorado Bar Association CLE The Colorado and Denver Bar Association William Fyfe 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.

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