Posted in Parental Alienation & Narcissistic Personality Disorder

Trauma and Loss in the Post Separation Landscape

Being a veteran in the post separation landscape (I first began work in this field in 1991), I find myself again and again returning to the same places in my research work.  This week, in my investigations, I find myself back at the place where the divorce laws changed in the UK (1973) and women began leaving marriages in their thousands, taking their children with them.  Those who know my work in this field, will remember that I have worked in the voluntary sector for a single parent charity, before I shifted the focus of that work toward whole family support in the post separation landscape.  After which I worked for the UK government for some years, developing services to help children retain relationships with both parents after family separation.

via Love Lies Bleeding: Trauma and Loss in the Post Separation Landscape


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