Parenting Education & Parent Resources
Conscious Co-Parenting Institute (addresses Parental Alienation)
All About The Children is the premier web enabled divorce communications management tool for couples with children.
Children in the Middle (May be taken in privacy of your own home) controlled outcome research outcomes
Up to Parents: A free, confidential, and interactive website
for divorcing and divorced parents
The OurFamilyWizard website is an online custody calendar and information manager that allows you to easily schedule and track parenting time, share important family information and expenses as well as create clear communication.
Whether you are just now beginning the journey through divorce, custody agreements, child support, and dealing with an ex-spouse who isn’t thrilled with you, or you’ve been dealing with these issues for years with no break, Mr Custody Coach and our team are here to help you get the most time with your children, stop the harassment, and move on with your life
Parental Alienation Support
This 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 is not a theory
- NOW’s Opposition to PAS Inclusion in DSM-V Anti-Science, Anti-Dad, Anti-Mom, Anti-Child
- Parental Alienation and the Judiciary
- Abuse Under the Radar: Pressure, Power, and Perceptions
- Parental Alienation Contact List
- Basia Kowalik DDS suffered from Parental Alienation 12/28 by SyndicatedNews | Blog Talk Radio
- The Spectrum of Parental Alienation Syndrome (PART II) by Dr. Deirdre Rand
According to Dr. Deirdre Rand
Gardner’s observations recognized
An Obvious Point
- Judge's Bench Book for Application of the Integrated Framework for the Assessment of Intimate Partner Violence in Child Custody DisputesJournal of Child Custody, Volume 10, Issue 2, Page 99-119, April-June 2013.
- Parenting Online: An Exploration of Virtual Parenting Time in the Context of Separation and DivorceJournal of Child Custody, Volume 10, Issue 2, Page 120-140, April-June 2013.
- From Treatment Provider to Evaluator: Overcoming Cognitive EncapsulationJournal of Child Custody, Volume 10, Issue 2, Page 141-153, April-June 2013.
- The Problem of Parental PsychopathyJournal of Child Custody, Volume 10, Issue 2, Page 154-184, April-June 2013.
- Effectiveness of Risk Assessment Tools in Differentiating Child Homicides From Other Domestic Homicide CasesJournal of Child Custody, Volume 10, Issue 2, Page 185-206, April-June 2013.
Alienation a normal reaction? Maybe, after 1 year. What about 15 years?
As noted by Dr. Bernet, a Vanderbilt University psychiatrist, "We don't want to label kids unnecessarily, but these kids are not reacting in a normal way." "We're talking about kids who have a false belief, a little like a delusion, that the other parent is an evil, dangerous person. To me that looks and sounds like a mental disorder." Obviously, the alienating parent needs help. But, as pointed out by Jaffe et al. (2010) “a minority of parents who suffer from personality and mental disorders may ignore the court and spend their waking hours finding ways to exhaust the other parent emotionally and financially." I do not imagine the parents noted by Jaffe et al. would voluntarily seek help nor do they care about stopping the denigration.
Even When You Win You Lose
- October 2013
- Special Issue Editorial Notes
- Family Life, Parental Separation, and Child Custody in Canada: a Focus on QuebecThe United States and Canada have been experiencing major changes in family formation and dissolution over the past decades. Within this context, the French-Canadian Province of Quebec has consistently been at the forefront—in 2011, for example, 37.8 per cent of Quebec couples were cohabitants and 63 per cent of births were from nonmarried parents. Is this d […]
- Divorce Professionals in Flanders: Policy and Practice ExaminedRecent Belgian policy changes led to progressive shared parenting, mediation, and no-fault legislation. However, little is known about the practices and policy preferences of the implicated professionals. The present study surveyed 664 Flemish divorce lawyers, mental health professionals, and mediators. The majority of professionals supports no-fault divorce […]
- Separation and Divorce in Italy: Parenthood, Children's Custody, and Family MediationThis article discusses the current situation of separation and divorce in Italy, with attention to children's custody and family mediation. Keypoints for the Family Court Community Presents and discusses the situation of divorce in Italy Describes different scenario both from psychosocial and legal points of view Presents the results of research concern […]
- Alec Baldwin Defends Martin Bashir: He 'Created Great Television' - Huffington Post December 5, 2013Alec Baldwin Defends Martin Bashir: He 'Created Great Television'Huffington PostBaldwin was harshly criticized by some feminist groups for citing parental alienation syndrome as a source of his estrangement with his daughter. The concept is a source of confusion and division in the legal profession, as some lawyers try to evoke ...and more »
- Support Groups Erie Times-News - GoErie.com December 2, 2013Support Groups Erie Times-NewsGoErie.comParental Alienation Syndrome Support Group; write to firstname.lastname@example.org and provide a phone number or e-mail address. - Nar-Anon for families and friends of people dealing with addictions. Meets Mondays, 7:30 p.m., First United Methodist Church, ...
- Support Groups are plentiful in the area to help in many ways - TriCities.com December 2, 2013Support Groups are plentiful in the area to help in many waysTriCities.comDOWN'S SYNDROME: Sponsored by FRIENDS; offers individuals with Down's syndrome and their families a number of avenues for support; 423-534-3795; www.myfriends1.net. EATING DISORDERS COALITION OF N.E.TENN: Johnson City, Tenn., First Presbyterian Church ...and more »
- Alec Baldwin's MSNBC Show Ending - Huffington Post November 26, 2013Alec Baldwin's MSNBC Show EndingHuffington PostBaldwin was harshly criticized by some feminist groups for citing parental alienation syndrome as a source of his estrangement with his daughter. The concept is a source of confusion and division in the legal profession, as some lawyers try to evoke ...and more »
- Lawsuit: DSHS failed to stop mom's abuse, neglect of girls - KOMO News November 27, 2013Lawsuit: DSHS failed to stop mom's abuse, neglect of girlsKOMO NewsBecause Mothers are receiving such treatment and Parental Alienation Syndrome has proven many ill-effects for families, and allows hidden abuse sanctioned by the courts to further harm children......the White House is taking action. The Center for ...and more »
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