There is a proliferation of parental alienation experts in the UK at the moment, they seem to be popping up like mushrooms in a dark damp field. Looking a bit closer at this freshly grown crop, it seems the focus is upon knowing about parental alienation, but there is not much being said about what to do about it.
We know what parental alienation is. We know what the signs are and we know what causes it. Telling other professionals about all of this is useful but it is not exactly ground breaking. What we need to do for ancillary services – social workers and CAFCASS – is help them to understand what to do about and more than that, how they, more than anyone else in this field, have the key to the door of resolving this problem in the UK.
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