[Re S (Transfer of Residence) 2010 1 FLR 1785] in which HHJ Bellamy stated that:
‘The concept of alienation as a feature of some high conflict parental disputes may today be regarded as mainstream. ’ and that:
‘Alienation will only be a feature in a small number of cases and may be out with the experience of the care professionals. In cases involving an alienated child it is “essential that the court has be benefit of professional evidence from an expert who has personal experience of working with alienated children.”‘
Back from our retreat where our book was completed, all 123,000 words or so of it. As it goes through the editing process ready for publication very soon, I thought it might be useful to introduce you to some of what you can expect when it is wrapped in its best bib and tucker and ready for you to use. I will also tell you more about our new forums and website, both of which are designed to help you help yourself in coping with parental alienation. And finally I will tell you all about the projects we have lined up for the autumn months as part of our ongoing drive to develop services to support all families affected by parental alienation in the UK and beyond.
This is a new chapter for us as the Family Separation Clinic in London goes from strength to strength and our work…
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