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it m~y concern:

I have observea RiKKi DombrowsKi during her mother'S individual therapy sessions here at The Center for Counseling for i'ppro:<im<ltely ne year. During this time period. Rikki appeared to o be a well adjust~d, happy child. She adapted to her surroundings and would frequently leave her mother's side and explore my office. One time when Claudine was crying about Rikki having to leave for a week, Rikki climbed up in her mother's lap and wiped her mother'~ tei'rs with a kleen~x, Claudin~ is a loving, conscientious parent to her daughter Rikki, Her daughter' E' welfare is her first conCern. After the ruling from the court that Rikki should visit her father for one week out of each month, Rikki seemed to be more hesitant to explore, Her need to sit on her mother's lap and maintain contact Wi'S evident, 'In my professional opinion, no child should be 6ubjected to the lack of contact with her mother for a week at a time, especially when the father does not allow phone contact. This is very traumatic for a young child when this has not been the pattern in her life since birth. Separation anxiety is a concern for this type of situation.
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M.S., LMLP

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