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Thankyou for your reply, This was my thoughts also, but the problem is even if they do see another therapists, that therapist will hear the same degraging talk about their Father. We do have a Therapist that seen and was witnessing the alignation back in 2011.She had about 20 visits with them before my wife moved on to another. Would this be a good idea to supeno her to reveal her information about the alignation to the court.
Also if the Therapist who now is recommending no family therapy for me with the children based on her belief that there was a bad Father. Does this report get used in Divorce court to even crucify me further. Also the children are not in her custody at present.