The Emotional and Psychological Terrorist: False Allegations in Parental Alienation — Karen Woodall

Many of the cases I work with feature allegations of harm. The allegations can range from mild to severe, from a child being chastised, to a child being involved in an organised child sexual abuse gang. A case which features allegations of harm can create anxiety in the unaware practitioner because of the way in […]

via The Emotional and Psychological Terrorist: False Allegations in Parental Alienation — Karen Woodall

I know from personal experience working on divorce and other family law cases in California for over 20 years that false allegations are very common and are often used to deny custody of the minor children to the other parent (which is usually but not always the father).

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