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Parental Alienation: From Couch to Courtroom and Beyond

Dr. Bob Evans and NAOPAS
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Welcome to our podcast Parental Alienation: From Couch to Courtroom and Beyond. We will discuss the resisting and refusing dynamic, commonly referred to as Parental Alienation, how you know it’s happening and what can be done about it. The literature and research will be presented and show how this form of child abuse is a traumatic adverse childhood experience. Parental Alienation can cause stress and trauma in high conflict divorces. These podcasts focus on how attorneys and mental health professionals can support families and children.


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Latest Episodes

Am. Psychiatric Association and the World Health Organization recognizes Parental Alienation as being included in existing diagnoses and mental conditions. This episode reveals communications between the Parental Alienation Study Group (PASG) and the... more

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The stereotyping, name calling of the target parent gets very little attention in our litigation cases, but the research in this area suggests it's a much bigger assault than is recognized.  This episode presents some of the social psychological rese... more

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This episode discusses some common myths about parental alienation that are commonly found in court rooms around America. more

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