Social‑Clinical Psychology San Francisco State University: M.S.,
Clinical Psychology San Jose State University: B.A. equivalent,
Psychology Stanford University: A.B.,
Recent Professional Experience
Private Practice: psychotherapy, consultation and mediation, 1978 ‑ present
Faculty, U.C. Berkeley, Department of Social Welfare,2003 - 2008
Faculty, Center for Judicial Education and Research, California1993 - 2010
Director, Family Court Services, Alameda County Superior Court, 1982 ‑ 1994
Faculty, The Wright Institute, Berkeley, CA., 1989 ‑ 1996
Faculty, U.C. Extension, periodically
Director, East Oakland Youth and Family Center, 1978 - 1982
Publications (sample, not complete)
Duryee, M. (1989) An Intern Program in a Court Setting, Familyand Conciliation Court Review, Vol. 27, No. 1, July, p. 19 ‑ 22.
Duryee, M. (1991) Demographics and Outcome Data of A Court Mediation Program. Statewide Office of Family Court Services, Judicial Council, State of California, 303 2nd Street, South Tower, 5th Floor, San Francisco, Ca 94107
Duryee, M. (1991) Consumer Evaluation of a Court Mediation Program. Statewide Office of Family Court Services, Judicial Council, State of California, 303 2nd Street, South Tower, 5th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94107
Duryee, M. (1991) Court Mediation Research: Data Gathering and Measures. Statewide Office of Family Court Services, Judicial Council, State of California, 303 2nd Street, 5th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94107
Duryee, M. (1992) Women and Men's Views of Mediation in Voluntary and Mandatory Mediation Settings, Family and Conciliation Court Review, 30(1) pp. 34 ‑ 49.
Duryee, M. (1992) Mandatory mediation: myth and reality. Family and Conciliation Court Review, 30 (4) pp.507-518.
Duryee, M. (1995) Guidelines for Family Court Services Intervention When There Are Allegations of Domestic Violence. Family and Conciliation Court Review, 33(1), pp 79-86.
Duryee, M. (1995) Child Development, Chapter for Judges Bench Manual, Center for Judicial Education and Research, distributed by California Family Law Report.
Duryee, M., & Hon. J. Garbolino (1996) Family Law: Is the system broken? Family Law News, State Bar of California Family Law Section, Vol 19, No.1.
Duryee, M. (1997) Chapter: Child Custody Mediation, Matthew-Bender Practice Guide.
Duryee, M. (1998) A model for therapeutic supervised visitation and a proposal for a family-community court. Grant Report, Access Grant administered through Alameda County Family Court Services, 510 272 6030.
Duryee, M. (2001) Amici Brief, with Sandra Purnell, J.D. on the Montenegro Case, California Supreme Court. Co-signers: Joan Kelly, Ph.D., Janet Johnston, Ph.D., Margaret Lee, Ph.D., Lawrence Lehner, Ph.D., Judith Solomon, Ph.D.
Duryee, M (2001) Discussant: Judith Wallerstein's The Unexpected Legacy of Divorce, benefit event for Ann Martin Children's Center.
Duryee, M. (2003) Alameda County Death Review Team Report: 1995 – 2000: compilation of data regarding deaths associated with domestic violence for a five year period.
Duryee, M.A. (2003) Expected Controversies: Legacies of Divorce. Journal of the Center for Families, Children & the Courts, V. 4, p 149 – 160.
Mary A. Duryee, Ph.D. 2014 San Francisco Bay Area Psychologist and Mediator PSY 7975