Dr Ludwig Lowenstein Category

Publications by Dr. L.F. Lowenstein on Parental Alienation Syndrome

Specific Treatment Approaches for Children who have Suffered from Parental Alienation 2013 107 The Family Courts What is an ideal Judgment 2013 106 Confessions of an Expert Witness in the case of PAS 2013 105 Do Children Have Rights Against the Psychological Effects of Parental Alienation 2013 104 The Long Term Effect of Parental Alienation […]

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The Concept of Narcissistic Mortification Ludwig Eidelberg, M.D.

To those who have happened to read some of my previous papers, another paper on the subject of the Narcissistic Mortification may be something of a surprise. After many years of preoccupation with the study of this phenomenon, it is embarrassing to be forced to admit that an important aspect of the problem has eluded my attention completely. In […]

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Publications by Dr. L.F. Lowenstein

 Publications by Dr. L.F. Lowenstein on Parental Alienation Syndrome http://www.parental-alienation.info/index.html 108 Specific Treatment Approaches for Children who have Suffered from Parental Alienation 2013 107 The Family Courts What is an ideal Judgment 2013 106 Confessions of an Expert Witness in the case of PAS 2013 105 Do Children Have Rights Against the Psychological Effects of Parental […]

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Parental Alienation – Dr. L.F. Lowenstein – Stockholm syndrome

What follows is in great part fact and what is not fact is based on supposition and psychological assessment of how the Stockholm Syndrome develops and how it has worked in the case of Natascha Kampusch recently … http://www.parental-alienation.info/publications/46-thecomofparalitothestosyn.htm

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Parental Alienation – Dr. L.F. Lowenstein – Southern England Psychological Services

108 Specific Treatment Approaches for Children who have Suffered from Parental Alienation 2013 107 The Family Courts What is an ideal Judgment 2013 106 Confessions of an Expert Witness in the case of PAS 2013 105 Do Children Have Rights Against the Psychological Effects of Parental Alienation 2013 104 The Long Term Effect of Parental […]

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The Possibilities and Limitations of Psychological Therapy in Cases of PA

The Possibilities and Limitations of Psychological Therapy in Cases of Parental Alienation Ludwig.F. Lowenstein Ph.D It is clear that cases of parental alienation are extremely complex and therapy has certain limitations especially when the implacable hostility of an alienating parent works against the efforts of the psychologist to remedy the situation and provide contact for […]

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Treating the Alienator – Ludwig.F. Lowenstein Ph.D

The treatment of the alienator is the most difficult of all. The trilogy of our alienator, child and victim of the alienation are the three involved in the process of Parental Alienation (PAS). The difficulty results due to the alienator feeling totally justified in the programming being carried out. Sometimes, but rarely, the alienator would […]

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What Can Yet be Done With Older Children Who Have Been Long Term Victims of PA?

Ludwig.F. Lowenstein Ph.D Southern England Psychological Services Causes and long term effects of alienation of children The causes of long term alienation is most often the unceasing, implacable hostility of the custodial parent against the now long term alienated parent. It may be noted, in at least one of the letters, that the process of […]

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Southern England Psychological Services

Publications by Dr. L.F. Lowenstein on Parental Alienation Syndrome 108 Specific Treatment Approaches for Children who have Suffered from Parental Alienation 2013 107 The Family Courts What is an ideal Judgment 2013 106 Confessions of an Expert Witness in the case of PAS 2013 105 Do Children Have Rights Against the Psychological Effects of Parental […]

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The Vicious Alienator’s Game Plan

The Vicious Alienator’s Game Plan Ludwig.F. Lowenstein Ph.D Southern England Psychological Services This article describes the motives and demeanour of the vicious and determined alienator in preventing, by whatever means, good contact and a good relationship with the absent, non custodial parent. Two illustrations are provided. One dealing with the father and the other with […]

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