How does alienation affect the children?

Tonite @ 9 PM EST on Families Divided TV, Dr. Steven Lindenberg will answer the question how does alienation affect the children?This is exclusively on our Families Divided TV You Tube Channel.

Trauma is another word for injury. Severe parent alienation results in trauma to children. Parent alienation trauma can impair learning ability, interfere with brain development, and result in physical illness. The trauma can also result in behavioral, emotional, relationship, and mental health problems. Dr. Steve Lindenberg discusses the trauma of severe parent alienation to children in this instructive and easy to understand presentation.
Steven P. Lindenberg Ph.D. received his doctorate in counselor education with honors from the University of Georgia in 1977. He is a member of Phi Kappa Phi and Kappa Delta Pi. His dissertation was based on research performed at Emory University Hospital, Atlanta, Georgia. It proved the efficacy of group therapy for terminally ill cancer patients. He wrote a book on the subject, Group Psychotherapy With People Who are Dying. Springfield IL: Thomas, 1983. Among his many honors Dr. Lindenberg has received Jesse S. Heiges Distinguished Alumnus Award (1996), Shippensburg (PA) University, Professional Service Award – American Mental Health Counselor’s Association (1989 & 1991) Pennsylvania Counseling Association Eminent Practitioner Award (1988) and American Spirit of Honor Medal, a civilian award received while in the United States Air Force (1968).

Dr. Lindenberg is the Founder of the Alliance of Parent Alienation and Family Reunification Practitioners (Alliance).

Dr. Lindenberg has been in practice for almost 46 years. He began his practice in Hershey Pennsylvania on June 15, 1977. He has performed hundreds of custody evaluations. He has testified under oath for over 1500 hours many of which have focused exclusively on parent alienation. In addition, he has provided therapy in dozens of reunification therapy cases. He has participated in 100 hours of basic and advanced family mediation training. He has be trained as a collaborative divorce neutral and is a past member of Collaborative Professionals of Central Pennsylvania, a collaborative law practice group. He was trained as a parenting coordinator. He has also consulted on behalf of alienated parents in Texas, North Carolina, and New Jersey.

Since retiring after 14 years as a school psychologist in 2011, Dr. Lindenberg returned to his full- time practice. His work has focused on evaluations in case of severe parent alienation and reunification therapy. He conducts evaluations and provides expert testimony, consultation, reunification therapy in Pennsylvania, and consultation nationwide.


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