Parental Alienation in Child Custody Litigation
During this presentation, Dr. Lewis discussed:
- Emotional child abuse - Some typical behaviors and definition
- Definition of parental alienation
- Effects of parental alienation
- Behavioral descriptions of parental alienation
- Effects of parental alienation
- Tips for family lawyers
About the Presenter:
Dr. Ken Lewis specializes in parental alienation and high conflict child custody cases. For the past 25 years, he has worked full-time in the area of child custody, and has been court-appointed guardian ad litem or custody evaluator in more than two dozen states and in Canada. Ken’s publications on child custody have appeared in Family Law Quarterly, The Judges’ Page, Child Welfare, and Children Today and has a book entitled The Five Stages of Child Custody. In the United States, Ken has been a frequent media guest on radio and television and has conducted workshops across the country, as well as presented internationally. Ken is a long-time member of the International Committee of the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges.
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