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Parental Alienation: An Evidence-Based Approach

ISBN13: 9780367741136
Published: April 2022
Publisher: Routledge
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £29.99

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This book provides a comprehensive overview of established evidence-based interventions for the problems inherent in parental alienation.

The book focuses on helping families and ensuring the needs of the child are met. Increasing attention has been given to the subject of parental alienation in recent years, as divorce rates have increased and more children are being brought up in the context of ongoing parental conflict, risking significant emotional harm. Chapters point to the application of numerous evidence-based interventions that are already available and detail how to identify, assess and intervene effectively with families where parental alienation has been identified.

This text will be of interest to those working in the family courts, particularly, expert witnesses, clinical psychologists, therapists, social workers, guardians, and other legal professionals, in addition to researchers with an interest in parental alienation.

Family Law
1- Understanding Parental Alienation
2. – Why is it important and what does it look like?
3. – Mild, Moderate and Severe Parental Alienation
4. – Fallacies, Hybrid Cases and Justifiable Estrangement
5. – The alienating parent
6. – Targeted parent
7. – The Alienated child
8. – 'Typical Cases and Insights from Clinical Experience
9. – The Assessment
10. – Existing Approaches to Intervention
11. – What Other Psychological Interventions May be Helpful in Parental Alienation?
12. – What did we learn?