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Clinicians require highly-specific training in PA and related family dynamics such as pathological alignment and pathological enmeshment

Consequently, non-specialists who attempt to evaluate or manage such cases will often fall prey to a variety of cognitive and clinical errors, particularly if they rely on naïve intuition rather than a highly-specialized knowledge base.  Furthermore, such clinicians are likely to have great confidence in their incorrect conclusions.  Indeed, the usual repertoire of clinical skills is often inadequate in such cases and will often result in poor clinical and forensic outcomes.  To avoid such errors, clinicians require highly-specific training in PA and related family dynamics such as pathological alignment and pathological enmeshment.  PA-specific training and knowledge is required in order to avoid such mistakes.

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/caught-between-parents/201511/how-find-parental-alienation-expert-part-1

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