Dear Mr Douglas,
Thank you very much for your prompt response to our recent letter acknowledging that you will now take on board our points as part of the reform process.
However, unfortunately you haven’t addressed any of our concerns. While we again appreciate your reiteration that “we recognise parental alienation,” you haven’t explained why:
- There is no evidence of this on the front-line, where your employees are contradicting you.
- It is taking so long to engage your staff with this, re-train and re-calibrate the culture and practices there.
- It is taking so long to develop the measures to combat parental alienation.
- Shared care isn’t recommended in the majority of cases.
- There has been no mention of re-unification of alienated parents with their children
- There are no target change dates and milestones.
You may well have noticed that our 21 point document has started to circulate around social media, including Linkedin…
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