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Dr. Mark Banschick’s articles have been read by over five million people on Psychology Today.
He is a child psychiatrist, and a retired expert witness in custody disputes. Dr. Banschick has seen the senseless cost and pain of divorce first hand. He has been quoted in The New York Times, Politico.com, CNN.com, Greatist.com, and featured on The Early Show and The Huffington Post.
Dr. Banschick has recently been quoted in USA Today, in the article,
“Child abuse claims help poison Brangelina divorce”
What effect could all this have on the children?
“Protecting the children from further trauma should be the goal,” says child psychiatrist Mark Banschick, retired expert witness in child custody disputes and author of The Intelligent Divorce books. He called on the media to be careful.
“The No. 1 thing is to protect the innocence of children,” Banschick says. “They can be traumatized by something that happened but they can also be traumatized by the public humiliation that the family can experience by this exposure. The news media should really handle this in a way that respects the children….They deserve their privacy even if their parents are famous.”
Dr. Banschick was also quoted in CBC News Canada on the Jolie-Pitt Split.
Now, Dr. Banschick introduces The Intelligent Divorce Course online, providing expert advice without having to visit the office.
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Children always come first. With The Intelligent Divorce Course, parents, healthcare professionals and attorneys will learn the crucial core issues that can help bend the odds in a child’s favor.
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For everyone involved, it can be hard work, but the future of a child’s happiness is often at stake.