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Reunification Programmes!

Empirical evidence and clinical literature have consistently revealed that the greater the level of severity in parental alienation cases, the greater the likelihood that the child and rejected parent will not reconcile with of without traditional therapeutic approaches.

The treatment for severely alienated children and their family members is entirely different from that of mild or moderate alienation cases. In severe cases, the alienating parent and alienated child are too determined and too delusional to respond to any form of traditional therapy

(Darnall, 2010; Fidler et al., 2013)(Baker 2006; Darnall, 2010, Gardner et al., 2006; Reay, 2007, 2011; Warshak, 2010)