How family law professionals can help alienated children make and maintain healthy relationships with both parents. By Benjamin D. Garber, Ph.D., Family Law Consultant, Evaluator, and Expert Witness The greatest casualty of high-conflict divorce is the polarized child. You know this child: so much of her* life has been spent in her parents’ crossfire that
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