A New Breakthrough In The Fight To End Parental Alienation
For many years parents have suffered the pain of losing their children to the serious form of abuse commonly known as Parental Alienation. Finally, after years of hardship, behavioral science experts have made breakthroughs in understanding this terrible family tragedy. Which we now understand is not just a high conflict custody dispute but issues of serious mental illness and abuse.
The clues to the mystery have been in front of our eyes for a long time, and we now have the understanding to help victims of Parental Alienation. Unknown to us in the past, Parental Alienation is a serious mental health issue and in its most severe form a delusional psychopathology known as Pathogenic Parenting Syndrome.[/span4] [span4]
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We are a dedicated team of parental alienation expert witnesses and litigation consultants who specialize in the field of parental alienation civil and family law. Using the latest research from some of the greatest minds in behavioral science we provide parental alienation expert witness and litigation consultation to the Attorneys representing the victims of parental alienation.
Our services are focused on helping attorneys and the clients they represent in getting help for parental alienation through the family and civil courts. Find out how our team of experts can use the new breakthrough understanding of parental alienation to successfully help parents and children dealing with parental alienation abuse.[clear] [/span4] [/row] [row] [frame align=”center”] [button text=”Learn How We Can Help With Parental Alienation” link=”/more-info” textalign=”center” size=”normal” target=”_self” display=”inline” icon=”no”] [/frame] [/row]