Parental Alienation and Children Exhibiting Visitation Refusal Behavior

Parental Alienation and Children Exhibiting Visitation Refusal Behaviour

By Joseph Goldberg

Parental Alienation Expert and Family Law Consultant

http://www.ParentalAlienation.ca

Founder of The Canadian Symposium for Parental Alienation Syndrome

http://www.cspas.ca

 

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3 Responses to “Parental Alienation and Children Exhibiting Visitation Refusal Behavior”

  1. Does Sharon Montgomery Ryan have anything to do with this website? If so, she better be careful, because I understand she is a court=appointed expert in many cases, and the courts don’t like the concept of parental alientation. PAS is used to divert focus away from an abuser and his actions, and instead places the attention upon his victim for allegedly causing alienation of him by the kids. The more obvious explanation as to why the kids are alienated from such a parent is because he is bad news.

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