Yesterday we worked with a group of forty parents in London, one of which had travelled from Croatia to be with us. Amongst our group were two professionals who work with alienated parents, one who had travelled all the way from New Zealand to be with us! In a drafty little hall, oddly positioned next to a group of young people who were singing, dancing and chanting, we worked through the realities of understanding and coping with the problem of parental alienation. From our group in Holland on Tuesday, to our group in London yesterday, I carry with me the knowledge of the loss and the pain and the suffering that parents, grandparents and wider family members carry. All of which spurs us on in our bid to bring to consciousness the hidden abuse that alienated children are experiencing both here in the UK and around the world.