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The Psychology of Children during Parental Separation

Hanim Seymour, Psychotherapist

09-Mar-16 15:00

The Psychology of Children during Parental Separation

One less emphasized issue in the recent court cases of Deepa v Izwan (child custody) and Indira v Riduan (unilateral conversion) is the psychological toll on children living through their parents’ separation. How is a child’s mental health affected when forced to choose which parent to live with? Hanim Seymour, a psychotherapist who specializes in trauma, explains.


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