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Child Custody Evaluations: In Cases Where Parental Alienation Is Alleged

“With respect to alienating parents, in the sections above we provide the reader with more than 40 citations to peer-reviewed literature concerning their behavior and personality traits. Notable among alienator behavioral issues are: psychosocial pathology; forced estrangement; obsessive preoccupation; reliance on the defense of splitting; a narcissistic or paranoid orientation (Kopetski, 1998aKopetski, , 1998b ); revenge—self-righteousness—power , and control issues (Clawar & Rivlin, 1991) ; bad-mouthing; limiting contact ; forcing a child to choose; creating the impression the target parent is dangerous (Baker, 2007); psychological disturbances including histrionic, paranoid, and narcissistic personality disorders, as well as psychosis, suicidal behavior , and substance abuse (Baker, 2006; Clawar & Rivlin, 1991; Gardner, 1992; Hoppe & Kenney, 1994; Kopetski, 1998a, b; Johnston & Campbell, 1988; Johnston et al. 2005; Lampel, 1996; Siegel & Langford, 1998; Rand, 1997a, b; Racusin & Copans, & Mills, 1994; Turkat, 1994 Turkat, , 1999 Warshak, 2010); and so on. But what about the target parents? “



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