What is Parental Alienation?
As an excluded parent
As an alienated young child
As an alienated grown up child
As a by-stander
Welcome to the launch of the new Open Minds Foundation website!
And, first of all, could you please check and advise on this new very brief guide there:
The Open Minds Foundation is committed to tackling all kinds of harmful coercive persuasion – generally known as ‘undue influence’.
There, we have worked on how to include the patterns of family coercion: coercive control in domestic violence, child abuse and parental alienation.
The alienation experience is a key part of harmful coercive persuasion in every kind of family and non-family situations. To be harmfully coerced you need to be cut off from outside information and healthy relationships. In a word that’s: Alienation.
But there’s only the one specific pattern commonly named to include the word ‘alienation’. And that’s: Parental Alienation.
Here’s the sub-headings in that guide on what to do…
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