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43. Narcissists and the Court: A conversation with Judge Warren Davis

May 15, 2022

43. Narcissists and the Court: A conversation with Judge Warren Davis
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Judge Warren Davis, a Georgia County Superior Court judge, visits the show to discuss how he views narcissistic co-parents and the tactics he uses to sanction them when their controlling behavior is out of control. Diane & Rick share a listener’s email with the judge to get his insights from the bench.

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Information regarding the book, The Narcissistic Parent: A Guidebook for Legal Professionals Working with Families in High-Conflict(Dr. C. A. Childress) can be found HERE.

Visit the Center for Navigating Family Change to learn more about the Advanced Issues in Co-Parenting online workshop to help co-parents work through their issues with a narcissistic co-parent.

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