Parental Alienation Support

Parental Alienation SupportThis page is to provide support by offering resources and references in regard to parental alienation. It is provided with the understanding that the blog is not providing any legal, mental health, or other professional service. The information is not designed to replace the services of a qualified mental health professional, attorney, or expert in parental alienation. This page does not represent the opinion of any professional organization. Nothing on this site should be construed as offering professional or therapeutic recommendations. Hopefully, others will review the references and resources. Most of the articles cite parental alienation experts that have been published in peer-reviewed journals. Parental alienation is emotional abuse. To eradicate this form of abuse requires education, advocacy, awareness, and empirical advancement.

Parental Alienation Support

Parental Alienation: Anger and Assumptions Copyright 2017 by Monika Logan, M.A., LPC, LSOTP Human beings tend to make assumptions about the world around us and the people with whom we interact.  We take a quick glance and if someone is wearing ragged clothing, we assume he/she cannot afford a new outfit.  Perhaps a new person […]
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Typical Behaviors of an Alienated Child November 27, 2016, 1:13 am
    Revises history to eliminate or diminish any positive memories of experiences with the rejected parent.   Has reactions and perceptions not justified by or disproportionate to the rejected parent’s behavior.   Has a stronger, but not necessarily healthy, psychological bond with the alienating parent than with the rejected parent.   Tells stories about […]
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As counselors, we come in contact with clients who are angry or heartbroken and oftentimes feel defeated. This sense of pain and loss is frequently realized in the forensic setting in which I work with parents who are desperate to rebuild a parent-child relationship that is severely damaged or estranged. I also work with children […]
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Resources: Parent Alienation March 12, 2014, 1:02 am
Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (AFCC) Task Force on Parenting Coordination. (2006). Guidelines for parenting coordination. Family Court Review,44, 164–181. Austin, Jr., R. B. (2006). PAS as a child against self. In R. A. Gardner, S. R. Sauber, & D. Lorandos (Eds.), The international handbook of parental alienation syndrome, conceptual, clinical and legal considerations […]
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NOW’s Opposition to PAS Inclusion in DSM-V Anti-Science, Anti-Dad, Anti-Mom, Anti-Child July 2nd, 2012 by Robert Franklin, Esq.     The National Organization for Women’s reputation for honesty and integrity hit an all-time low with the NOW Foundation’s publication of this screed against recognition of Parental Alienation Syndrome. The piece recycles most of the long-discredited […]
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  Medico-Legal Journal (1999) Vol.67 Part 3, 121-123 Parental Alienation and the Judiciary Dr L F Lowenstein, MA, Dip Psych, PhD Increasing numbers of cases are coming before the Courts where one parent feels displaced in relation to the children in the family. The syndrome, parental alienation (PAS),’ as it is now called, is not […]
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Abuse Under the Radar: Pressure, Power, and Perceptions: By Monika Littau Logan April is acknowledged, by most counselors and helping professionals, around the world, as National Child Abuse Prevention Month.  It is a time to raise awareness about child abuse and neglect, as well as to create strong communities to support families and children.  There […]
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  Basia Kowalik DDS suffered from Parental Alienation 12/28 by SyndicatedNews | Blog Talk Radio. I am a daughter of immigrant parents from Poland. Both sides of my family came to the United States after the war as refugees from the Soviet gulags in Siberia. As an immigrant’s child, I strived hard to excel in […]
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AMERICAN JOURNAL OF FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY, VOLUME 15, NUMBER 4, 1997 THE SPECTRUM OF PARENTAL ALIENATION SYNDROME (PART II) (First of 3 HTML files) Forensic Psychologist, Deirdre Conway, Rand, PhD This three-part article reviews the literature on the Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS) as formulated by Dr. Richard Gardner and seeks to integrate his work with research […]
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 Twenty Techniques to Become a Target Parent: Wrong if You Try; Wrong if You Don’t Try           File for a divorce. Follow through on a divorce. Leave an abusive spouse / partner (verbal abuse is normally considered a form of abuse). Attempt to remain civil (your ex will display contempt). Do […]
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