Update #205 ·

Update on April 22, 2012

“How do you explain to young children forced to live with abusers why the courts have considered them liars and ignored their cries for help?” Silberg
Joyanna Silberg, PhD, a Clinical Psychologist and Executive Vice President of the Counci, has also seen first hand the long-term emotional damage this so-called syndrome has caused. “How do you explain to young children forced to live with abusers why the courts have considered them liars and ignored their cries for help?” Silberg has found that it can take years for these children to get past their feelings of betrayal by the system that was supposed to protect them. [see article aboutTiffany; more children's stories]
http://www.stopfamilyviolence.org/info/custody-abuse/parental-alienation/legal-community-rejects-parental-alienation-syndrome
Published July 12, 2006 by The Leadership Council On Child Abuse and Interpersonal Violence
Legal Community Rejects Parental Alienation Syndrome
The Leadership Council610-664-5007http://timetoprotectchildvictims.blogspot.com/2012/03/how-do-you-explain-to-young-children.html

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