A-B-C & D OF APPREHENSIONS | PART TWO WITH BRIGITTE GRATL

Criminal and Family lawyer, Brigitte Gratl discusses the notion of subjectivity as it pertains to apprehensions by the Children’s Aid Society. She questions whether a worker’s perspective becomes skewed to the point of making irrational decisions, and the unfair scrutiny that a mother and/or father is often subjected to. Objectively speaking, often times, the reason for apprehension is ludicrous.

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