Parental Alienation Syndrome Expert Witnesses and Consultants
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Experts who can provide advice in regards to the legal issues concerning Parent Alienation Syndrome (PAS) in American law, criticisms of PAS in courts of law, protecting the fundamental rights of children in families, and family law reform. Parental Alienation Syndrome can be defined as a mental condition in which a child, usually one whose parents are engaged in a high-conflict divorce, allies himself or herself strongly with one parent (the preferred parent) and rejects a relationship with the other parent (the alienated parent) without legitimate justification.
The listings below are all Parental Alienation Syndrome expert witnesses and consultants.
Expert ListingsThe Center For Human Potential Of America Inc.
Robert A. Evans, Ph.D.
Ph.D. from The Catholic U. of America; Trained: Family Divorce Mediator, Parenting Coordinator, Guardian ad Litem, Collaborative Law Practice, Child Custody Evaluator; Authored book The Essentials of Parent Alienation Syndrome; Testified on Parental Alienation PA in numerous courts across US; Approved by numerous state bars to provide CLEs on PA.
Williams Forensic Mental Health Services
Martin H. Williams, Ph.D.
San Jose, CA
Forensic psychologist with over 40 years of licensed experience. Sworn testimony over 200 times in civil, criminal, immigration, security clearance, and licensing board cases. Evaluation of emotional damages in civil suits, standard of care testimony, insanity defense and restoration of sanity. Fitness for duty evaluations.
Jane K. McNaught, Ph.D. L.P
Clinical and Forensic Psychologist Expert in Forensic Psychology. Over 35 years of Experience. Specializes in High Conflict Divorce involving Allegations of Sexual Abuse, Parental Alienation/ Child Psychological Abuse, Factitious Disorder Imposed on Self and Other. Testified in over 700 Cases. Specializes in Diagnosis and Treatment Planning.Can be retained to Consult or Review Records;Render Diagnosis; Outline Causation and Recommend Treatment; Critique Professional Reports; Provide Effective Court Testimony to Educate the Court Regarding Parental Alienation/Child Psychological Abuse.
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