Cases involving Parental Alienation, by their nature, involve the vilification of one parent by the other. In such cases, one parent is falsely accusing the other parent of some serious parental misjudgment ranging from being emotionally abusive and neglectful, to being physically abusive, to being pedophilic. All of these accusations are put forth for the purpose of gaining advantage in the custody dispute.
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.