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PASG Parental Alienation

Member Websites Assessment General Information Interventions Legal Issues Parental Alienation FAQ PASG Conferences FAQ – How do you know it is parental alienation? The Five-Factor Model helps to distinguish parental alienation and parental estrangement. Read More FAQ – How does an alienated child behave? There are 8 common behavioral symptoms of parental alienation. Read More […]

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Parental Alienation Study Group

Parental Alienation Parental alienation sometimes occurs when parents engage in a high-conflict separation or divorce. Parental alienation means that the child has become enmeshed with one parent (the preferred parent) and has rejected a relationship with the other parent (the target parent) without legitimate justification.

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An Open Letter to the Parental Alienation Study Group (PASG):

Originally posted on Dr. Craig Childress: Attachment Based "Parental Alienation" (AB-PA):
An Open Letter to the Parental Alienation Study Group (PASG): Don’t you see my path? In order to leverage the solution to “parental alienation” we must be able to hold all mental health professionals accountable for an accurate assessment of the pathology,…

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MEMBERS OF PARENTAL ALIENATION STUDY GROUP

MEMBERS OF PARENTAL ALIENATION STUDY GROUP July 19, 2015 The Parental Alienation Study Group (PASG) consists of about 220 individuals, mostly mental health professionals, from more than 30 countries, including: Afghanistan, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Columbia, Costa Rica, the Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Iceland, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Lithuania, Malta, Mexico, […]

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Parental Alienation Database

This online database pertains to parental alienation, a mental condition in which a child – usually one whose parents are engaged in a high-conflict separation or divorce – allies strongly with one parent (the preferred parent or alienating parent) and rejects a relationship with the other parent (the target parent or alienated parent) without legitimate […]

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Parental Alienation Study Group (PASG)

Dr. Kathleen M. Reay, a founding member of the Parental Alienation Study Group (PASG) Board of Directors, a non-profit organization in Nashville, TN, was elected to Fellow status in the American Psychological Association (APA) in 2015. This designation recognizes Dr. Reay’s outstanding contributions in the field of psychology, specifically relating to her sub-specialty in parental […]

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European Union Parental Alienation Study Group (EUPASG)

* The aim of EUPASG is to provide a professionally certified scholarly reviewed account of the research-based knowledge on parental alienation, clinically relevant and updated continuously. The EUPASG initiative aims to establish the state of the art science needed to meet and develop solutions to corresponding Societal Challenges in Europe. This site is part of a global […]

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Parental Alienation Study Group

Parental Alienation Study Group, Inc. (PASG), is an international, not-for-profit corporation. PASG has about 170 members – mostly mental health and legal professionals – from 32 countries. The members of PASG are interested in educating the general public, mental health clinicians, forensic practitioners, attorneys, and judges regarding parental alienation. PASG members are also interested in […]

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