Posted in Parental Alienation & Narcissistic Personality Disorder

Parental Alienation – learning from other jurisdictions and other disciplines

Joanna Abrahams, Head of Family Law, Setfords Solicitors

A lot has been recently written in the mainstream press about parental alienation and this extra “air time” is generating a public and professional debate which should increase awareness both to prevent the germ of alienation developing and to take more effective steps to help those caught up in its trail of destruction, especially children.

As a result of an article in the Telegraph, in which I said I was looking to establish a global managed network/collaborative of experts who specialise in parental alienation, I have received a very welcome deluge of correspondence from individuals all over the world.



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