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There is controversy concerning alienation, beware of this! After looking at the sources of this discussion you will see that those who support gender bias are the resources behind it and are using parents that have lost their children to the mis-use of the courts and so-called experts for money. Does it really make a difference in if it is called parental alienation, PAS, or domestic violence by proxy? This is the same tactics that are used in politics to violate your rights, reduce your freedom and steal funding! Are you going to allow your kids to be pawns again?
This consensus report was prepared by Richard A. Warshak, Ph.D., a Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. It was analyzed by an international group of 110 top experts in early child development, parent-child relationships, and divorce. These 110 experts have endorsed the final conclusions and recommendations, and the report, “Social Science and Parenting Plans for Young Children: A Consensus Report,” has been published in the Psychology, Public Policy, and Law, a journal of the American Psychological Association.