|Newsletter 16 September 2021|
Welcome to our second August issue.
Two United States based organisations, PASI and ISNAF, are collaborating on a FREE, virtual, expert panel discussion for parents and professionals on the theme of reunification of alienated children and a book to spot the signs before it is too late. The discussion will also have the opportunity to hear from two reunited sisters regarding their journey through alienation and reunification. The book, in support of the UC charity, PASI, "Where Did I Go Wrong? How Did I Miss The Signs?" is a prevention and intervention resource tool for parents, courts, attorney's, counsellors, agencies and anyone else who needs help with high conflict divorce and relationships.
Note: The legal aspects of these will be likely to focus on US legislation and processes, however, the main behavioural matters are likely to be very relevant. Please note too that in the UK we refer to alienating behaviours unlike the US which recognises the concept 'Parental Alienation Syndrome' (PAS). PAS is not recognised in the UK as a 'syndrome'. One tends to focus on parental behaviour that may cause a child to reject a parent, the other on the child's response.'
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