Whitcombe Parental Alienation or Justifiable Estrangement? Assessing a Child’s Resistance to a Parent in the U.K.
This is an overview of parental alienation, with many references, prepared by Dr. Sue Whitcombe, a psychologist in the United Kingdom.
Abstract of article, “When Evaluators Get It Wrong: False Positive IDs and Parental Alienation.”
Abstracts of two articles: “Family Bridges: Using Insights from Social Science to Reconnect Parents and Alienated Children” and “Reclaiming Parent-Child Relationships: Outcomes of Family Bridges with Alienated Children.”
A grant from PASG funded this research project by Dr. Angela Morgan, Dr. Nahid Ahmad, and Marilyn Webster
Indoctrinating a child to dislike or fear a loving parent is a form of domestic violence.
Lee-Maturana Matthewson and Dwan Targeted Parents Surviving Parental Alienation: Consequences of the Alienation and Coping Strategies
This research addresses how parental alienation affects targeted parents, and how they cope with this condition.
This is the most comprehensive book currently available regarding the scientific and legal aspects of parental alienation. This book features the Five-Factor Model for the identification of parental alienation.
In cases of parental alienation, appointing an attorney for the child is fraught with danger.
PASG member Susan Heitler wrote this article for her blog on the website.
Read basic information about Parental Alienation Study Group.