Allegations of parental alienation continues to challenge family courts, professionals and parents. Emerging evidence supports a cluster of parent alienating behaviors that can have a negative impact on some children, during the separation process and in later adult years. While the evidence of alienation continues to accumulate, there remains great debate whether the current research is sufficiently robust to accurately make assertions about the etiology, prevalence, assessment, consequences and appropriate interventions of alienation for children and families. This webinar will highlight some of the controversies and will offer practical ways to integrate empirical research into decision making for child custody disputes.
Presenter: Michael A. Saini, PhD, is an Associate Professor at the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work, University of Toronto and holds the endowed Factor-Inwentash Chair of Law and Social Work.
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