How family law professionals can help alienated children make and maintain healthy relationships with both parents.
Moderate to severe cases of parental alienation can benefit from intensive workshops, comprehensive court orders, and detailed aftercare plans.
A Michigan custody battle makes national headlines and shows how it’s the children who become the innocent victims, stuck in the middle of their parents’ dysfunction.
Children Held Hostage by Stanley Clawar offers information about parents programming and brainwashing children against the other parent during and after divorce.
By Plinio J. Garcia: Family law attorneys should not tolerate parental alienation because of the damage it does to children and the cycle of abuse it supports.
By Marlene Eskind Moses and Beth A. Townsend: Divorce can affect children profoundly by undermining their sense of stability and well-being. Creating a situation where a child feels forced to choose sides only worsens the effects.