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Parental Alienation Empirical Analysis: Child Best Interests or Parental Rights?

“There is now scholarly consensus that severe alienation is abusive to children (Fidler and Bala,2010), and is a largely overlooked form of child abuse (Bernet et al, 2010)”1
“Despite controversies among child and mental-health experts about the usefulness and scientific validity of the concept, parental alienation claims and court findings associated with them have virtually (between 2002 and 2016) exploded in Canada”
http://www.fredacentre.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/Parental-Alienation-Linda-Neilson.pdf

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