Excellent post that gives hopes to absent parents suffering under parental alienation.
This week I am writing up the final chapters of my case notes in three cases where we have successfully treated parental alienation. I thought it would be useful to share these (heavily disguised of course), so that what happens after our intervention is made visible. So much of our work takes place behind closed doors and it can be difficult for people to understand the interventions and outcomes of what we do because of this. By making such vignettes available we aim to show what we do and how we do it. We will share more of this information at our forthcoming clinical seminars, news of which will be posted here shortly.
Case 1: This is a case of two children who we removed from their mother in a direct transfer of residence ordered by the court.
The children had not seen their father for almost four years…
View original post 1,934 more words