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Parental Alienation Treatments: The Experiences from the Children’s Perspectives

Family courts need to be aware of the information provided by the reports of young adults about Family Bridges and other “parental alienation” treatments and to take these into account as seriously as they take the claims of program proponents. In addition, judges– and the public in general—should be alert to the rhetorical device employed by Linda Gottlieb in her contribution to the television interview, when she abuses analogies to create the argument that parental alienation can be equated with child sexual abuse.

http://childmyths.blogspot.com/2018/11/parental-alienation-treatments.html

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