As the holidays fast approach, many of you who read this blog and related sites, will not see your children this season. Those of you who do, may only see them briefly or perhaps under awkward circumstances.
Recently I spoke with a parent who was following the direction of the court, and in so doing, contacted a Psychologist as directed.
From the conversation that occurred between this parent and the Psychologist, it became fairly clear to me that the court had not been clear about the role that this Psychologist was supposed to play, that of evaluator or that of therapist.
Some may wonder: Why is it helpful to have a consultant in addition to my attorney in a case involving parental alienation?
There are several reasons. A few are listed below.
J. Michael Bone, PhD.
Dr. Bone is an experienced consultant for cases involving Parental Alienation and has spent over 25 years working with high conflict divorce as a therapist, expert witness, mediator, evaluator and consultant, both nationally and internationally.