Below are list of publications that are designed to manipulate the reader by minimizing the damage of parental alienation and pathogenic parenting, citing biased opinions and deliberately omitting scientific publication with outcomes research showing excellent results with protective separation and workshops. E.g. Ms. Mercer is not a mental health professional, does not have a license to practice, and never assessed or diagnosed a child – yet she is writing about a clinical problem.
Mercer: Are intensive parental alienation treatments effective and safe for children and adolescents?
Shaw: Misperceptions and misapplications of research in family law cases: Myths of “Parental Alienation Syndrome” and implanted false memories
Mercer: Examining Parental Alienation Treatments: Problems of Principles and Practices
Milchman: How far has parental alienation research progressed towards achieving scientific validity?
Rowen: Parental Denigration Boomerangs Versus Alienates: Parent-Child Closeness, Reciprocity, and Well-being Using Multiple Informants
Conners: Advocating for child clients in custody cases involving parental alienation issues