Assessing parenting capacity — Parental Alienation

Madison Elizabeth Baylis

What is parenting capacity? A simple definition is: “the ability to parent in a ‘good enough’ manner long term” (Conley, 2003). According to a survey of practitioners’ perceptions of ‘good enough’ parenting, there are four elements:  meeting children’s health and developmental needs  putting children’s needs first  providing routine and consistent care  […]

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