London Recognises Parental Alienation: Update from the debate

Karen Woodall

imageThe first of its kind? London legal people gather to listen to the Parental Alienation debate at Withersworldwide.

Last night was a bit of a turning point in the politics of parental alienation, or so it seemed to me. From where I was sitting on the panel, alongside Dr Mark Berelowitz and Stephen Jarmain, Deborah Eaton QC in the chair and Sarah Brooks and Dr Florian Ruths at her other side, Lisa Lustigman from Withers steering proceedings, the room was full of legal people gathered to listen to those of us who work in this field, talk about the reality of parental alienation and its impact on children.  The debate was lively and challenging at times though the overall learning I took away was that there is much to do in terms of education, provision of services and working out how best to make the legal framework interlock with the…

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