Parental Alienation; Why? — Peace Not Pas

Parental alienation is a set of abusive behaviours whereby one parent (in most cases the resident parent) damages, and in some cases destroys the previously healthy loving relationship between the child and the child’s other parent (the non-resident parent). These set of abusive behaviours can be mild to moderate; the alienating parent may not be aware […]

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Supporting Parents Around the World — Karen Woodall

As we begin the build up to the EAPAP Conference in London next month, I have something exciting to announce for parents who are affected by parental alienation on around the world. First off a unique opportunity to work with two therapists who share a great deal in common in both practice and thinking about […]

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