Understanding a child who rejects a parent: lessons for legal people – part one

This weekend we have again been working on our new site and thinking about those things which are most useful to parents whose children are currently rejecting them.  In doing so I have been trying to walk a mile in the shoes of all those other people who work with alienated parents, school staff, GP’s and those who work in the legal system, be they Judges, Solicitors, Barristers, Social Workers, Guardians or others.  In walking that mile I have also been taking a 360 degree view of the world that each of these people inhabit, examining the training they receive, the belief systems that they may hold and the presumptions and assumptions that they may hold about children which are  based upon the world as they inhabit it. I have been doing this so that I can find ways of speaking to those people, about children who reject a parent, to help them more easily understand why rejection happens and why it is so important to do something about it. This weekend then I have been writing lessons for legal people and this is part one.

Source: Understanding a child who rejects a parent: lessons for legal people – part one

2 Comments on “Understanding a child who rejects a parent: lessons for legal people – part one”

  1. Pingback: Understanding a child who rejects a parent: lessons for legal people – part one | Civil Rights in Family Law Florida

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