Child Abuse Allegations: Lies vs. Truths

Typically, one parent accuses the other parent of physical and/or sexual abuse of their child to gain leverage in their court proceeding, often for revenge. False allegations can be a powerful weapon to limit or deny custody, even when they can’t be proven. Although a strong reaction to an abuse allegation is understandable, a rushed response can make the situation worse. In contrast, a wait-and-see attitude can allow a thorough evaluation before a decision. In this video, Dr. Alan Blotcky takes us through the process of sorting through the process.

Alan D Blotcky, PhD, is a clinical and forensic psychologist in private practice in Birmingham, Alabama. He is also Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Alabama at Birmingham. Dr Blotcky has been involved in hundreds of child custody matters and has testified as an expert witness in dozens and dozens of parental alienation cases. Educating attorneys, judges, mental health experts, and the public is a top priority. Dr Blotcky can be reached at alanblotcky@att.net.

Here is a set of parental alienation videos: set 1: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLk…

Here is another set of parental alienation videos: set 2: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLk…

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