Howard Hurwitz is an experienced clinician who specializes in working with high conflict families. His private practice is focussed on helping parents and children reduce conflict and move on with their lives. He is skilled at identifying sources of conflict and helping parents develop pathways to a less conflictual post separation/divorce relationship.

Howard has an MSW and over 36 years experience in various child welfare, children's mental health and family service agencies. He is also on the social work panel for the Office of the Children's Lawyer.

He is the creator and chairperson of the High Conflict Forum which is a community based network of judges, lawyers, mental health professionals and child welfare staff from more than 30 agencies, serving high conflict families experiencing a separation/divorce. Howard is frequently called upon to provide consultation to other professionals around working with high conflict families.

Howard is an experienced trainer who is the co-author of "Children Caught in the Crossfire", a curriculum for judges, lawyers and mental health professionals. This curriculum has been presented throughout Ontario and several other Canadian and American cities. Howard frequently provides training within the child welfare and family law sectors and has presented at various international conferences on high conflict families. He is deemed to be an expert on working with high conflict families.