A THERAPIST’S VIEW OF PARENTAL ALIENATION SYNDROME — Parental Alienation

Madison Elizabeth Baylis

Cases in which a child is resisting contact with a parent may or may not fit Gardner’s theory of parental Alienation Syndrome, which emphasizes the psychopathology of the “alienating” parent. Explanations may also include the child’s coping with intense conflict and the “rejected” parent’s skill with the child. Whatever the cause, improvement usually involves legal […]

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