Shape Shifting: The Future for Alienated Children and Their Families in Europe

Good update regarding the uptake of PA awareness throughout Europe.

Karen Woodall

I am back from Belgium where I have been working with a group of practitioners at the Huis van Hereniging to develop a new reunification service for Belgium’s alienated children and their families. This is another partnership for the Family Separation Clinic along the same lines as the Poliklinika-Djeca   in Zagreb and develops our work in Europe as part of our commitment to the new membership body The European Association for Parental Alienation Practitioners (Eapap.eu).

The European Association convenes at its inaugural meeting in Prague on July 11th 2017. So far we have practitioners from thirteen countries in Europe attending a meeting which will further our vision of a governing body for anyone working in this field.  For anyone who does the work of reuniting children with the parent they are rejecting, this body will provide support and protection, guidance and standardised practice, information and education to other existing governing…

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