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Positive, Negative and Partial Reinforcement

Dr. Richard Gardner, who’s largely credited for bringing Parental Alienation to the attention of the legal and psychological community, cataloged alienating behavior in three ways. 1. Positive reinforcement This strategy involves rewarding the child’s behavior, words or actions when the child “goes along” with the alienation. For instance, let’s say the child says something to the effect of...

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How, Exactly, Does Alienation Impact a Child’s Development?

What are the long and short-term effects of parental alienation on the children themselves? Obviously, every child is different, and every alienation situation is likewise unique. The severity of the alienation, its duration, the child’s level of attachment (or lack thereof) to both parents, the child’s relationships with siblings and peers, the child’s overall health and diet, and the child’s...

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Legal and Emotional Challenges Created by Parental Alienation

Alienation obviously poses profound challenges for the targeted parent. Not only does it threaten to derail and potentially destroy your relationship with your child forever — alienated children often continue to believe the implanted false narratives as adults – but it also poses huge challenges when you’re negotiating with DCP&P or dealing with criminal charges. For instance, a...

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False Child Abuse and Neglect Scenarios [Part Two of Three]

“War of the Roses” style divorce leads to a bitter, false accusation of abuse. Jeremy Taylor and his ex-wife, Carol, had been feuding in the courts for five months, ever since Jeremy “blindsided” his wife with a request to separate. Initial attempts to mediate the divorce broke down, and the couple entered litigation, causing no small amount of sadness and confusion for their two young children,...

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False Child Abuse and Neglect Scenarios [Part One of Three]

Over the next three posts, we’re going to cover three fictitious stories that illustrate some common challenges:   Kenny’s bruises on the playground. Kenny Haven was a third grader who liked to get scrappy. One day, after a tumble off the monkey bars, Kenny got sent to the school nurse, who became concerned because she saw a rash of bruises and cuts on the boy’s body. The nurse got the school...

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4 Tips for Making Your Attorney Relationship Smooth and Seamless

1. Learn the law firm’s processes and systems. How does the law firm prefer to work with clients like you? What are the attorneys’ expectations? How does the office work? Take time to learn these basics, not just to make things easier for the firm and its people, but also to ensure that your needs are always met. 2. Write down any questions and concerns you have, when you have them, so...

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Articulating Your Values Before Searching for a Child Abuse Defense Attorney

Whenever we need the help of a specialized professional — an accountant, a doctor, an attorney, a home remodeler, etc. — we often have unspoken expectations about the relationship. Obviously, you probably want your attorney to be ethical, experienced, and knowledgeable about how to handle child abuse and neglect allegations. But what else do you need from the relationship? What could...

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Focus Your Goals: Your Attention Is Limited

As you review your plans and commitments, you’ll probably quickly be daunted by the scope of what you want to accomplish. For instance, you might want to:   Lose 15 pounds   Switch companies   Fight your allegations   Rebalance your financial plans in the wake a your divorce   You cannot take on all these projects at once. As a Chinese proverb warns: he who chases two...

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