The children, aged 9 and 11, refused to see their father alleging that there had been aggressive behaviour on his part and treating them differently. The father says the children have been alienated. After a contested hearing the court found the Mother had done all she could to promote contact, that the children were genuinely concerned about their Father’s behaviour and orders him to attend a parenting course as recommended by Social Services and , should the children want it, contact supervised in a contact centre
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