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Dear Dr. Baker:
I, too, was surprised at the absence of Dr. Craig Childress in your list of experts. The attachment-based model of "parental alienation" or pathogenic parenting has been enormously helpful to our family and others suffering from this complex psychopathology. His book "Foundations" brings much clarity to a Kafkaesque experience.
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