Books, Articles, Videos, and Speeches by Dr. Richard A. Warshak
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This article describes and illustrates three general categories of situations that superficially resemble parental alienation syndrome and can be mistaken for it. In addition to helping to reduce the incidence of misdiagnosis of parental alienation syndrome, it can assist those who are opposing the use of parental alienation syndrome in court as well as those who are proposing its use.
Those who believe that a child is suffering from parental alienation syndrome should be prepared to demonstrate that the situations described in this article do not apply to the child in question. 22 journal pages