Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS)

This article provides a detailed overview of the formalized early intervention strategies in parental alienation cases, with a focus on education in schools and the legal system. It discusses the effectiveness of programs like Early Diversion, highlights the need for education in various professional roles, and suggests enhancements to existing court tools.

Early Intervention in Parental Alienation Cases: A Comprehensive Approach

F4J SA investigates Enhancing Early Interventions for Parental Alienation: A Comprehensive Approach by, Chris Turner, MSW, JD, and Mary Alvarez, PhD, underscores the critical importance of consistent and effective early interventions in cases of parental alienation. Emphasizing a preventive approach, the authors propose a comprehensive strategy that begins with education. Educational Challenges: Acknowledging the challenges …

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Explore the devastating impact of PArental Alienation Syndrome on our society. Learn from Rabbi Yaakov Aichenbaum and William Bernet's insights, debunking outlandish claims, and advocating for children's protection. Fathers 4 Justice South Africa demands severe sanctions against those dismissing PAS as pseudoscience

Unmasking the Truth: Parental Alienation Syndrome’s Devastating Impact

Addressing Parental Alienation Syndrome: Protecting Children and Victims Amidst Controversy In the realm of family law, disputes over custody and parental rights have become increasingly complex, with the emergence of a phenomenon known as Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS). This contentious issue has sparked debates, and the unnecessary controversy surrounding its recognition as a legitimate concern …

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Unveiling Parental Alienation in DSM-5-TR: Understanding the Inclusion Beyond Words

Synopsis: The article highlights the confirmation from American Psychiatric Association (APA) officials that Parental Alienation Syndrome is implicit within the DSM-5-TR, specifically nested within the parent-child relational problem (PCRP) classification. Although the explicit term “parental alienation” hasn’t been directly incorporated, the description of PCRP encompasses the dynamics associated with parental alienation. The DSM-5-TR Steering Committee, …

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The Deep-Seated Impact of Coercive Control and Parental Alienation Syndrome on Parent-Child Relationships

Unveiling the Devastating Impact of Coercive Control and Parental Alienation Syndrome on Parent-Child Relationships: A Comprehensive Analysis

Coercive Control, Parental Alienation Syndrome, and Their Implications on Parent-Child Relationships Introduction Coercive control and Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS) represent two highly distressing issues that can significantly affect the dynamics within families. These problems are especially concerning for their potential to erode the bond between a child and their alienated parent. Fathers 4 Justice South …

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Discover the long-term impact of Parental Alienation Syndrome on adult children, including emotional scars, identity struggles, and strained relationships.

Discover the long-term impact of Parental Alienation Syndrome on adult children, including emotional scars, identity struggles, and strained relationships.

Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS) is a term coined by Dr. Richard A. Gardner in the 1980s to describe a situation where one parent attempts to turn a child against the other parent during or after a divorce or separation. This well-documented and accepted concept within the field of psychology, and its effects on children who …

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The Impact of Parental Alienation on Child-Parent Relationships

The Impact of Parental Alienation on Child-Parent Relationships

Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS) is a troubling phenomenon that profoundly affects relationships between children and their alienated parents. Fathers 4 Justice South Africa (F4J SA), like other fathers’ rights organizations, vehemently opposes PAS due to its detrimental impact on families. F4J SA will delve into the effects of PAS on parent-child relationships and why father’s …

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