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Training Family Court Judges About Parental Alienation: A Lot to Think About | Psychology Today

I have been asked to develop and give a one-hour training to family court judges and I am thrilled at the prospect of have an opportunity to speak directly to them about this issue that is near and dear to my and their hearts. My main areas of focus in the training will be on (1) dispelling myths about parental alienation (i.e., it is not in the DSM so it cannot be real), (2) educating them about the difference between alienation and estrangement, (3) cautioning them about the limits to credibility of children’s statements, (4) explaining how individual therapy and dyadic therapy can backfire in cases of alienation, (5) urging them to fast track these cases because time is the enemy of the targeted parent, (6) and urging them to not reward the alienating/favored parent with the new “status quo

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/caught-between-parents/201201/training-family-court-judges-about-parental-alienation-lot-think

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