Comparing and Contrasting Children who are Alienated

Karen Woodall

At any one time I am working with around ten children who are resisting or rejecting a relationship with a once loved parent. That adds up to a lot of children and gives me a unique opportunity to compare and contrast the reactions I see in them both with each other and with the evidence base which has been built up by other experts around the world.  At all times as we work at the Family Separation Clinic , we are finessing the assessment process we have developed to ensure that it meets the needs of the different families we work with.  Comparisons between families and between children’s reactions are a strong element of how we continue to build our evidence base for successful intervention in these cases.

This week I have been comparing and contrasting a group of children in the age group 8-12 which is the group most likely to…

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