Pushing the Boundaries: Ensuring an Ethical Framework of Accountability for Alienation Practitioners in the UK and Europe.

Karen Woodall

This post follows on from something I wrote for the Parental Alienation Studies Group, an international group of experts working in the arena of children’s resistance and rejection of relationships with parents and wider family after separation.  It develops my thinking about how practitioners in this field need to be supported because of the constant bombardment we face in the intra-psychic world of the the family.  It builds upon my thinking about why there are so few practitioners in this area in the UK and how more people might be encouraged to do this work.  It is informed by a piece written for PASG by Judith Pilla, on the subject of a class action which has been called for by a group of targeted parents.

Judith’s response to the idea of a class action, in which targeted parents take collective action against either individual practitioners or a governing body,  reviews…

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