Parental Alienation: Children Exhibiting Visitation Refusal Behavior

parental alienationThere are more than 500,000 children every year in divorced and separated families who have parents polarized by the issue of child custody.

Because of this conflict, many children are psychologically divided by behaviors that have three stages of adjustment: Visitation Resistance, Visitation Pleasure, and Visitation Confliction.

Joseph Goldberg is a parental alienation expert, family law consultant, and founder of the Canadian Symposium for Parental Alienation Syndrome. Alienated first as a child and then as a targeted parent in his divorce case, Goldberg is dedicated to his mission of educating mental health professionals, parents, and the public on the perils of parental alienation.

His latest article is titled “Parental Alienation and Children Exhibiting Visitation Refusal Behavior.” Click here to download the full PDF of the article.

Article courtesy of Joseph Goldberg.

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3 comments on “Parental Alienation: Children Exhibiting Visitation Refusal Behavior

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