Following on from the last post in which we explored the variables of location, situation and transition, this post looks at the variable of power and control, which in parental alienation, is the very heart of the matter.
A variable, is something which exists in different measures and which affects the subject we are looking at. If we do not take account of the variables in our consideration of a case, we are completely ignoring hugely important factors in a case, such as how a child became alienated. When we understand how a child became alienated, we understand how to build an intervention route to help the child and it is that intervention, which currently in the UK, is the only route to assisting in these cases.
Assessing the child’s route into alienation allows us to go to the heart of the matter, which is how, when we meet the…
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