Parental Alienation Syndrome is a form of abuse that is especially difficult to detect due to the seamless brainwashing techniques that the alienating parent inflicts upon the child in the center of the case. Discerning a true PAS case requires a team of professionals with more than a passing knowledge of the form of abuse. Dr. Sauber explains the first steps to organizing a winning team.
Reports from the Canadian Symposium For Parental Alienation Syndrome
Vol. 5 Dr. Richard Sauber “The Importance Of Finding Professionals With A True Understanding of PAS”
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S. Richard Sauber, Ph.D. has been in practice for 30 years as a forensic family and clinical psychologist who specializes in the evaluation, consultation, and treatment of complex litigenous family law cases. He is Board Certified in Family and Clinical psychology by the American Board of Professional Psychology. Trained at Harvard University in this area of expertise, he has been court appointed or retained as an expert throughout the United States and Canada. Formerly, Dr. Sauber was Professor of Family and Clinical Psychology in the Dapartments of Psychiatry at the Medical Schools at Columbia, Brown, and the University of Penn..At the latter two Medical Schools, he was Director of their Post-doctoral Training Program in Family Psychology, Family Therapy, and Family Forensic Psychology. He has been on the Founding Board of Directors of the Academy of Family Mediators and the National Academy of Professional Custody Evaluators. He also serves on the Adviso ry Board of the Children’s Rights Council in Washington, D.C.. Since 1976, Dr. Sauber has been the Editor-in- Chief of The American Journal of Family Therapy and his most recent book with Richard Gardner, M.D. and Demosthenes Lorandos, J.D., Ph.D. was the International Handbook of PAS: Conceptual, Clinical, and Legal Considerations.
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