Alienated children Category

In your experience, if a child was alienated, is there a higher probably that he/she will become an alienator with their own children?

No, I cannot recall ever seeing that occur. I’ve seen the opposite occur. That is, based on clinical experience, there appears to be a higher probability that an adult-child who  perceives experiencing alienation in earlier years may eventually become an alienated parent.

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Have alienating parents exhibited some sort of psychological disorder prior to the alienation?

Yes, after completing a comprehensive assessment of all members of an alienated family, it seems apparent that, for the most part, alienating parents have exhibited some type of psychological disorder or distress prior to the alienation. This may include, but is not limited to, prior engagement of child maltreatment, alcohol/substance abuse or dependence and/or a personality disorder. https://www.academia.edu/7094502/Parental_Alienation_Syndrome_expert

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Can children ever fully recover for being alienated?

In 2007, I conducted a quantitative research study to examine the long-term effects of PAS. The study’s findings demonstrated that adult children of divorce who perceived experiencing greater levels of PAS also perceived experiencing greater levels of  psychological distress such as depression, anxiety, hostility, interpersonal sensitivity, obsessive compulsivity, paranoid ideation, phobic anxiety, hallucinations, delusions, and the presence of certain physical symptoms such as feelings of numbness, […]

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My Positive Experience of Cafcass

Stuart tells us about his split from his wife and subsequent experiences with Cafcass: I’m writing this on Christmas Eve, sat at my PC with just a daft German Shepherd for company. It’s the first Christmas in eight years that I haven’t heard the buzz of excited children in the house. Don’t feel sorry for […]

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Staying Connected

Had a wonderful Saturday evening on Zoom talking to long lost relatives, and our group is growing! Its is important for alienated children to try and reconnect with as many relatives as possible after being alienated from everyone for many years. I receive many emails and messages on social media from Alienated families and adult […]

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National Coalition Against Parental Alienation

Professional Training course for Family Counselors/Family Law Attorneys – FREE This course is an essential how to manual in this important and ever increasing area of behavioral science and law. Busy mental health professionals need a reference guide to aid them in developing data sources to support their positions in reports and testimony. They also […]

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Parental Alienation Study Group

Parental Alienation Study Group, Inc. (PASG), is an international, not-for-profit corporation. PASG has 800 members – mostly mental health and legal professionals – from 62 countries. PASG is an organization open to anyone who reports an interest in the topic of parental alienation—personally, professionally, or both. Membership in PASG does not signify approval of the […]

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Mother jailed for lying on birth certificate

HomeNewsMother jailed for lying on birth certificate Mother jailed for lying on birth certificate 16 Apr 2021 News has recently emerged of a mother having been sentenced to eight months imprisonment for lying about the identity of her baby’s father on the birth certificate. The mother is said to have lied about the father’s identity […]

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What is parental alienation? = France.TV

Faustine Bollaert welcomes men and women who talk about significant events in their existence, to allow others to move forward in their journey: a positive and optimistic meeting. https://www.france.tv/france-2/ca-commence-aujourd-hui/804789-l-alienation-parentale-c-est-quoi.html

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The Trauma Bond

The trauma bond is essentially the process through which you begin to confuse abusive behavior for love. You’re drawn to your partner not because you’re meant to be together, but because you are both wounded in a specific way. In healthy love, your affection for one another grows over time.

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