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Dr Childress presents his model of Attachment Based – “Parental Alienation”. Excellent free training for those working with children.
Includes blog articles with valuable information for parents to understand the pathology and resources for parents to use.
Dr Childress explains how children normally react to bad parenting based on Attachment Theory.
Radio Interview on Parental Alienation with Stuart Hontree the author of Parental Alienation, Attachment and Corrupt Law. It is unfortunate that the sound cuts out a few minutes before the end but none the less an informative interview.
This organisation does an amazing job of organising events to raise awareness of Parental Alienation. I’ve sat on a few of their phone calls with guest speakers. You have to register for the calls but they are free to dial in. As they are based in the US the time of the calls is in the wee hours of the morning in the UK but the information you receive is well worth it.
Intractable contact disputes – the extreme unreliability of children’s ascertainable wishes and feelings
Paper by Dr Kirk Weir on why a child’s wishes and feelings are unreliable when dealing with cases of contact dispute.
Documentary on fathers experiences of going through the court process to maintain their relationships with their children. The documentary focuses on the need for shared parenting and changes to legislation.
Documentary on the struggle of Argentinian fathers getting contact with their children with distressing accounts of child abuse and emotional turmoil. This documentary has been filmed in Spanish but you can turn on English subtitles.
Another shocking expose of the dire court process where narcissistic parents put their children and targeted parents through horrendous trauma. This time from Australia.
A report on the heartbreak faced by fathers post divorce in the US.
FNF are dedicated to promoting the importance of having a relationship with their father for children who are at the centre of family disputes when parental relationships break down. FNF is currently working on raising awareness of parental alienation with the public and campaigning for a change in legislation and court processes to recognise and effectively deal with Parental Alienation.
Offers support and information to mothers who are apart from their children, including as a result of parental alienation.