Parental Alienation Counseling

Parent Alienation Syndrome is a psychiatric disturbance that arises in the context of litigated child custody disputes, especially when the dispute is prolonged and acrimonious. Parental alienation syndrome develops in children who come to hate, fear, and reject the targeted parent as someone unworthy of having a relationship with them.

Children and parents who have undergone forced separation from each other in the absence of abuse, including cases of parental alienation, are highly subject to post-traumatic stress, and reunification efforts in these cases should proceed carefully and with sensitivity. This track deals with the following: signs of parental alienation, parental alienation syndrome, therapist alienation, psychotherapy.

  • Signs of parental alienation
  • Parental alienation syndrome
  • Therapist alienation
  • Psychotherapy

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