الاختطاف الدولي للأطفال في اليابان

 معارفهم أو أحد أفراد أسرتهم إلى اليابان أو الاحتفاظ بهم في اليابان بما يتعارض مع قانون دولة أخرى. وتتعلق معظم الحالات بأم يابانية تصطحب أطفالها إلى اليابان في تحد للزيارة أو أوامر الحضانة المشتركة الصادرة عن المحاكم الغربية. هذه القضية هي مشكلة متنامية مع زيادة عدد الزيجات الدولية . [1] غالبًا ما يكون لاختطاف الوالدين تأثير مدمر بشكل خاص […]

Le Japon applique la règle internationale sur les enlèvements d’enfants

 La Convention de La Haye est entrée en vigueur mardi 1er avril au Japon, après de longues années de pression des pays occidentaux. L’application de ce traité va concerner plusieurs centaines de couples mixtes au Japon, dont un des parents ne peut voir son ou ses enfants après un divorce. Le Japon va appliquer la Convention de […]

Parental Alienation – Evidence Based Science

Steven G. Miller talks about Parental Alienation: Among professionals who specialize in child alignment, it is well known that many aspects of parental alienation are highly counter-intuitive. Examples include how to distinguish alienation from estrangement, how to identify hybrid cases, and how to treat alienated children. Other examples abound. What’s more, the use of the […]

Parental Alienation – Crazy Making Issues

Ben Burgess, M.A., obtained his degree in psychology from Western Michigan University and is now a practicing psychologist with the Fountain Hill Center for Counseling and Consultation. Since 2006, his primary focus has been on providing services to individuals and families experiencing high-conflict divorce and separation. In addition to individual and family counseling, Ben provides […]

Parental Alienation – Historical highlights

One of the most frequent criticisms of parental alienation—even by believers in the concept —is that “the lack of consensus on the definitions of alienation and the use of varying nonstandardized measures limit the ability of researchers to conduct methodologically sound research in this area.” William Bernet, M.D., a professor emeritus at Vanderbilt University School […]

Parental Alienation – The Four-Factor Model – Ways to identify PA

Not all children who reject a parent are alienated. It is essential for proper management and treatment of cases of child alignment that alienated children be identified and differentiated from estranged children. Dr. Baker will review the Four-Factor Model for identifying parental alienation from estrangement. According to the model, children should be considered alienated only […]

Litigating International Child Abduction Cases Under the Hague Convention

The purpose of the first Manual, issued in 2007, was to provide attorneys with a road map for litigating international child abduction cases. Since the publication of the first Manual, the United States Supreme Court issued its first opinion concerning the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction, and more parties have […]

THE FIRST 3 HOURS – Being Prepared Can Save Your Child’s Life

When your child has gone missing, you may naturally be feeling lost, confused, or isolated trying to make sense of the situation. In order to help recover your child in the midst of such chaos, it is important to remember that time is the enemy. Recent statistics demonstrate the importance of preplanning and initial response […]