Alienated Children – Symptoms Compared to Non-Alienated Children in High Conflict Families

“Five Principles of Effective Intervention:
1) Careful clinical assessment or evaluation
2) Ensure continuity, consistency, and coordination of all
the professionals involved
3) Case management
4) Early intervention
5) Structured and therapeutic intervention”

Parental Alienation

  • Depression
  • Withdrawal
  • Somatic Complaints
  • Aggression
  • Regression
  • Anxiety
  • Impaired Empathy
  • Difficulty Modulating Emotions

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