This series will take part across three entries, each focusing on the various components that have led to and influenced the sometimes-controversial punishment of victims.

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This series will take part across three entries, each focusing on the various components that have led to and influenced the sometimes-controversial punishment of victims.

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May 25, 2021

Co-parenting can be challenging in the best of situations…. then in walks a pandemic. The last year has presented challenges in custody schedules, changes in school and work, financial difficulties, and upended our sense of balance in a myriad of ways. We have seen a rise in domestic violence, substance use, and mental health problems, all of which, in some cases, have contributed to a rise in divorce rates.

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This series will take part across three entries, each focusing on the various components that have led to and influenced the sometimes-controversial punishment of victims.

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February 4, 2021

The following is an FAQ for student interested in Forensic Psychology. It was developed by the North Carolina Psychological Association’s Law and Psychology Committee.

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The concept of parental alienation has been the subject of much controversy in the mental health and legal fields, and related concepts, such as gatekeeping, are often poorly understood.

Johnston and Sullivan (2020) noted that controversy over parental alienation has lasted over three decades, and the concept has managed to remain a “complaint du jour” in high-conflict family court disputes.

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