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Katie Hunt is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Paediatric Clinical Neuropsychologist with over 20 years’ experience working mainly with children with complex special needs, neurodevelopmental difficulties, acquired brain injury and their families in both NHS and independent sector settings.
25 September 2018 9:30 am – 4:30 pm – Belfast Continue reading “DCPNI Cognitive Assessments for Children & Young People Workshop”
Parents could have access to their children restricted if they try to turn them against their child’s other parent, under a trial process about to be rolled out by Cafcass, the Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service.
Cafcass are developing the new framework as a result of a rise in cases of ‘parental alienation’ where one parent manipulates the child into rejecting the other parent.
Anthony Douglas, the chief executive of Cafcass recently described the phenomenon as ‘undoubtedly a form of neglect or child abuse’. Parental alienation is a criminal offence in Mexico and Brazil. Continue reading “Crackdown on divorcing parents who ‘alienate’ children from former partners”
Thanks for sharing Karen!!
A rocky, traumatic past can result in a relentless painful grip on our lives. Perhaps chronic physical illness, mental health diagnoses, self harm/injury, under/over eating, financial destruction, addiction, self sabotage, etc. is the way life is packaged for us. Perhaps there’s a way out and none of these ankle bracelets have to be yours. Perhaps
As a young-in I was very thin. Prob use a lot of calories when in constant motion body, mind and soul. My feeling about my body – indifferent. I don’t recall ever feeling into my body and being at home in it. I’d rather hang out in my head where it was safe. My head never betrayed me, EVER
My body. Another story. It was an object of desire. Because I couldn’t tell anyone the truth about how I was being taken advantage of (and no one listened when I tried). I wished I didn’t…
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Despite a steady increase in domestic violence reports, abused men insist that figures do not reflect reality, as victims are ashamed to speak up, have no one to turn to, and are scared they will lose custody of children. For some, this nightmare turns into reality once they separate from their…
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The first date you have with a Victim of Parental Alienation, you automatically became a victim too. When you became their boyfriend, girlfriend, husband or wife, you clinched the deal, even though their children are not biologically yours. The trauma…
Unless you can be confident that your heart is in good shape then PLEASE AVOID READING THIS JUDGMENT. Never have we felt so completely convinced that NAAP has not been formed a minute too soon.