Tuesday, July 17, 2012

I think this is noteworthy for people who are involved either with DYFS (now called the Division of Children and Permanency, no more families) or in child custody matters, where a parent gets a psychologist to try and use an allegation of sexual abuse against the other parent to eliminate that parent's visitation rights. Marcia Kleinman was one of those most prominent psychologists, often used in custody cases or by the Division. Now Marcia Kleinman is losing her license to practice psychology, after the judge hearing the case against her found that she would coach children to report abuse even when they did not report it on their own, and was also found to have ignored court orders and lying to the court.
I reprint the link to the decision.

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