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Parental Alienation - Not Just Between The Parents

Honey Tan, Lawyer | Alex Ng, Clinical Psychologist

29-Aug-17 18:00

Parental Alienation - Not Just Between The Parents

With high rates of divorce cases in Malaysia, one of the less talked about effects is the impact it has on the family, and more specifically the children. Sometimes parents cannot see beyond their own situation to understand the damaging effect their behaviour has on their kids. We talk about parental alienation with lawyer Honey Tan and Clinical Psychologist, Alex Ng.


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Tags:  Evening EditionIn FocusParental AlienationHoney TanAlex NgChild PsychologyMarriageDivorceCustodyOther personality interviewsParenting, Family, Relationships


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