Category Archives: Parental Alienation

The Impact of Parental Alienation

While divorce itself is devastating, the manner in which parents behave afterwards can have more intense, long-term impact upon children than the split. When one parent criticizes the other and keeps the child away from the other parent, he or … Continue reading

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Father-Daughter Reunited

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All Dressed Up

x Too often little ones are left behind, disappointed with unfulfilled expectations, or involuntarily removed from a loved parent. Parents in divorce are often blinded to their children’s needs by their struggles to adjust to single life, new surroundings, increased … Continue reading

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Parental Alienation Syndrome

Dr Richard Gardner, Professor of Child Psychiatry, Columbia University, testified for law firm client, physician and father of three young girls, that mother’s tactics to deny father custody constituted a mild form of parental alienation. Rather than excuse mother, Dr … Continue reading

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