THE CASE FOR PARENTIFICATION AND MENTAL HEALTH — Parental Alienation

Madison Elizabeth Baylis

PARENTAL ALIENATION: THE CASE FOR PARENTIFICATION AND MENTAL HEALTH Submitted By Allyson Kraus Department of Human Development and Family Studies Parental alienation typically occurs in families with separated or divorced parents, and one parent actively campaigns against the other parent to elicit the support of the children. Due to the detrimental effects that alienation can […]

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