Parental Alienation

Author: Demosthenes Lorandos
Publisher: Charles C Thomas Publisher
ISBN: 0398087504
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Parental Alienation: The Handbook for Mental Health and Legal Professionals is the essential “how to” manual in this important and ever increasing area of behavioral science and law. Busy mental health professionals need a reference guide to aid them in developing data sources to support their positions in reports and testimony. They also need to know where to go to find the latest material on a topic. Having this material within arm’s reach will avoid lengthy and time-consuming online research. For legal professionals who must ground their arguments in well thought out motions and repeated citations to case precedent, ready access to state or province specific legal citations spanning thirty-five years of parental alienation cases is provided here for the first time in one place. • Over 1000 Bibliographic Entries• 500 Cases Examined• 25 Sample Motions in MS Word Format* *Note: The eBook version contains the additional supplemental materials in PDF format only. It does not contain the MS Word formatted sample motions.

Parental Alienation Dsm 5 And Icd 11

Author: William Bernet
Publisher: Charles C Thomas Publisher
ISBN: 0398079455
Size: 59.94 MB
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Parental alienation is an important phenomenon that mental health professionals should know about and thoroughly understand, especially those who work with children, adolescents, divorced adults, and adults whose parents divorced when they were children. In this book, the authors define parental alienation as a mental condition in which a child - usually one whose parents are engaged in a high- conflict divorce - allies himself or herself strongly with one parent (the preferred parent) and rejects a relationship with the other parent (the alienated parent) without legitimate justification. This process leads to a tragic outcome when the child and the alienated parent, who previously had a loving and mutually satisfying relationship, lose the nurture and joy of that relationship for many years and perhaps for their lifetimes. We estimate that 1 percent of children and adolescents in the U.S. experience parental alienation. When the phenomenon is properly recognized, this condition is preventable and treatable in many instances. The authors of this book believe that parental alienation is not simply a minor aberration in the life of a family, but a serious mental condition. Because of the false belief that the alienated parent is a dangerous or unworthy person, the child loses one of the most important relationships in his or her life. This book contains much information about the validity, reliability, and prevalence of parental alienation. It also includes a comprehensive international bibliography regarding parental alienation with more than 600 citations. In order to bring life to the definitions and the technical writing, several short clinical vignettes have been included. These vignettes are based on actual families and real events, but have been modified to protect the privacy of both the parents and children.

Manual Del S Ndrome De Alienaci N Parental

Author: Francisco José Fernández Cabanillas
Publisher: Ediciones Paidós
ISBN: 8449333598
Size: 47.42 MB
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¿Por qué de repente un hijo rechaza ver a uno de sus progenitores? ¿Por qué lo rechaza de tal forma que llega a sufrir ataques de ansiedad? ¿Se debe quizás a la existencia de alguna forma de maltrato a que le somete alguno de sus progenitores? El presente libro se centra en el estudio de esta última hipótesis: la posibilidad de que un hijo sea manipulado por uno de sus progenitores para odiar y rechazar al otro.

Ay Dolores

Author: Hilda Levy
ISBN: 9500737299
Size: 17.38 MB
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La autora de «Mujeres de sesenta» aborda en este libro el tema del dolor desde una mirada optimista que mezcla la psicología y el humor.

Pr Cticas Alienadoras Familiares

Author: Juan Luis Linares
Publisher: Editorial GEDISA
ISBN: 849784923X
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Este libro trata de las prácticas alienadoras familiares, una modalidad de maltrato infantil especialmente correosa y difícil de combatir, ya que se encuentra en la encrucijada entre la parentalidad y la relación conyugal. Cuando las tormentas que azotan a la relación de pareja alcanzan su mayor intensidad la protección de los hijos queda amenazada. El maltrato parento-filial es el más claro exponente del fracaso del amor como fenómeno relacional complejo propio de la condición humana. Este tipo de maltrato existió desde los orígenes de la especie, pero fue con la llamada revolución neolítica cuándo alcanzó una expansión significativa. La obra se compone de varios bloques temáticos que abordan la parte teórica, las bases para la definición de los fenómenos de alienación familiar, y una descripción de las Prácticas Alineadoras Familiares (PAF) como una alternativa al Síndrome de Alienación Parental (SAP). También se describen casos que ilustran algunas de las ideas centrales del libro y sus aplicaciones en España, Italia, Chile y Perú.


Author: Richard Schacht
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 131749573X
Size: 74.60 MB
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First published in 1970, original blurb: ‘Alienation’ is the catchword of our time. It has been applied to everything from the new politics to the anti-heroes of today’s films. But what does it mean to say that someone is alienated? Is alienation a state of mind, or a relationship? If modern man is indeed alienated, is it from his work, his government, his society, or himself – or from all of these? Richard Schacht, in this intelligent analysis, gets to the root of these questions. Examining the concept of alienation in the works of Hegel and Marx, he gives a clear account of the origins of the modern usage of the term. Among the many insights to be gained from this analysis is a clear understanding of Hegel’s influence on Marx in this most crucial area. Mr Schacht goes on to discuss the concept of alienation in recent philosophical and sociological literature, particularly in the writings of Erich Fromm. Here he finds a great deal of confusion, which has resulted in a series of almost universally unquestioned misconceptions. This, then, is a book for all of us who use – and mis-use – the term ‘alienation’, and who are interested in the concepts it brings to mind. The arguments of Professor Walter Kaufmann’s introductory essay provide a useful background for Mr Schacht’s analysis. In this essay, Professor Kaufmann states that ‘henceforth nobody should write about alienation without first reading Schacht’s book.’

Adult Children Of Parental Alienation Syndrome Breaking The Ties That Bind

Author: Amy J. L. Baker
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN: 9780393075984
Size: 61.61 MB
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An examination of adults who have been manipulated by divorcing parents. Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS) occurs when divorcing parents use children as pawns, trying to turn the child against the other parent. This book examines the impact of PAS on adults and offers strategies and hope for dealing with the long-term effects.