Getting the core of the problem of parental alienation has been my goal since I began work with families affected by a child’s pathological splitting and rejection behaviours some thirteen years ago.
Despite a wealth of opposition from those who would have it otherwise, we are closer than we have ever been to understanding what is happening when a child rejects a parent.
I have no problem with any other view of parental alienation, all views inform the work we are doing at the Clinic and with partners around the world and we are stronger together as we move towards finding new ways to resolve induced psychological splitting in children of divorce and separation.
I have however, been writing about splitting in recent blogs and it is splitting which is, in my experience, at the core of the problem of parental alienation.
Dissociative splitting, which is the core of what…
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