Recommended reading Madelyn Milchman  on the incredible nature of 'Parental Alienation'

Recommended reading Madelyn Milchman on the incredible nature of 'Parental Alienation'

Oversimplified beliefs about alienation rebuttals of child abuse allegations–practice issues

September 24, 2022

Oversimplified beliefs about alienation rebuttals of child abuse allegations–practice issues

https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/26904586.2022.2049465?journalCode=wjcc21

"In custody cases with alienation allegations, oversimplified beliefs
about alienation support identifying one parent as a miscreant and levying
supposedly corrective treatments or punishments to change that parent’s
bad behavior. The plausibility and acceptability of oversimplified beliefs,
when presented to a system philosophically primed to accept them, is
enhanced by familiarity with examples of those beliefs (familiarity bias)
that come readily to mind (availability bias),,,
No research study to date has demonstrated that children could be led
to make a fully fleshed-out who/what/when/where/why CSA statement,
replete with idiosyncratic details and precocious sexual knowledge that
was not likely to have come from some identified source other than CSA
(e.g., pornography)."

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