In the run up to three major conferences focusing upon parental alienation around the world, we are busy preparing for the next phase of work in this emerging scientific field.
Coming soon is the PASGNordic Conference in Stockholm, which looks at parental alienation, what it is and what to do about it.
Very quickly after that is the European Association of Parental Alienation Practitioners Conference in London, which examines the international scientific evidence for parental alienation, the legal and mental health interlock required to manage such cases and the internationally recognised standards of practice which govern practitioners who work in this field.
In October, at the University of Tasmania in Hobart, Tasmania, the ‘Family Violence – Lost in the Fog’ Conference, examines parental alienation as part of a pattern of coercive control as well as looking at research evidence and practice in this field.
Three major events in…
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