1998))); Bond, 921 N.Y.S.2d at 674 (relying on the family court's finding that "some degree of parental alienation
by the father had occurred"); Woodward v.
(23) Fathers' advocates, in turn, have promoted judicial recognition of a controversial phenomenon they call the "parental alienation
syndrome," which mothers groups have attempted to refute.
Intervention strategies for parent coordinators in parental alienation
"I'm obviously very upset because I can tell Ellie is psychologically upset and has suffered parental alienation
. As her mother it just breaks my heart I wasn't able to protect her.
When the mother in a bitter custody battle tries to turn a child against the father, it might create 'parental alienation
disorder', the Sydney Morning Herald reported.
Description of the Parental Alienation
Syndrome in a forensic sample
The core of the volume sets out 20 reasons why parental alienation
should be a diagnosis.
FNF is raising awareness of parental alienation
and will be part of a world record attempt for blowing bubbles at the Racecourse tomorrow.
And this Sunday the charity is holding an awareness day where it plans to raise the problem of parental alienation
The vulnerability of father-child attachments was noted by the majority of fathers, and access denial and parental alienation
were core features of many fathers' stories.
Being granted joint custody did not make my children and I immune to the devastating effects of parental alienation
. It has been 14 years since I have seen my oldest daughter.