Child Custody Rights Category

Hidden Dangers of the Family Courts

While mothers can be abusive and the family courts can mistreat some fathers, extensive research shows institutionalised gender bias in the system. It can be an extremely unfair and harsh system for women and children and sexist attitudes are firmly entrenched. A pro-contact culture has developed; if an unaware mother raises court action to reduce […]

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Ramifications of Incest

Few subjects in psychiatry elicit more profound, visceral, and polarized reactions than incest-the occurrence of sexual behaviors between closely related individuals-behaviors that violate society’s most sacred and guarded taboos. Furthermore, few circumstances confront the psychiatrist with more complex, painful, and potentially problematic clinical dilemmas and challenges than the treatment of the incest victim and/or the […]

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Incest: transference and countertransference implications

This relationship is initially consciously and/or unconsciously consciously constructed by the patient as one that can typify his or her past and will be characterized by fears of abuse, neglect, and exploitation, as well as wishes and fantasies of merger, idealization, and reparation. “In the patient’s psychic reality, the experience of the analytic situation then […]

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Sexual Abuse and Narcissism

Sexual abuse can be interpreted as an extreme form of projective identification, a primitive defense mechanism. The abuser gets in touch with his weaker, needier, younger, immature, dependent, helpless part – the part that he derides, hates and fears – by having sex with a child.

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Protection of minors

Article 1 (obligation to respect human rights) of the European Convention onHuman Rights:“The High Contracting Parties shall secure to everyone within their jurisdiction therights and freedoms defined in … this Convention”.

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Neuroscience Research

The brain learns through trusting relationships If we are with people we know and trust then our minds are more open to new experiences. We are open to trying something new or to changing our beliefs about the world and other people.The capacity of the brain to learn in everyday life depends on relationships with […]

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Who Is More Likely to Get Custody: a Mother or a Father?

What is the mental and physical health history of each parent? How old is the child, what is the state of the child’s physical/mental health, and (if old enough) does the child have any preference? What is each parent’s job? What are their personal habits, both good and bad (e.g., clean, healthy, excessive drinking, history […]

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What are the long-term effects of parental alienation on the child who has been alienated?

The results are devastating for the alienated child and can last a lifetime. Not only does the child miss out on a lifetime of having an enjoyable and fulfilling relationship with the parent they have been conditioned to reject, they also develop some serious pathological behaviors and attitudes that carry in to their adult lives. […]

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Child Contact Page

If you are an alienated child (perhaps an adult now), please register your interest if you would like to re-establish your relationship with one of your parents. Simply email us on info@ukap.one Likewise, if you are a parent looking for an alienated child, register your interest by mailing us and we will let you know if […]

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