Parental Alienation

Child Custody battles are almost always the story of David and Goliath. In a high-tension divorce, child custody can be driven by feelings of resentment, retaliation, and fear.

Frequently, parental alienation, which is epidemic in the United States is tacitly allowed. While it is vital for a divorced parent to provide a positive environment in which parental alienation does not occur, taking the “high ground” in itself, is not successful.

The degree to which the court and its delegated authorities play into the common dynamics of parental alienation causes a sickening feeling in the pit of your stomach in any normal person.

Learn how to address this common problem by providing expert evidence in support of your case.

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*This program does not provide treatment for mental illnesses, diagnosis of neurological or psychiatric, or psychological disorders. This program does not offer medical treatment or legal services. Mindful Child Custody does not provide psychotherapy, psychoanalysis, or psychiatric services.