I work with social workers a lot. I also work with CAFCASS (GAL's for our stateside readers) and I teach and train psychotherapists, psychologists and others in the psychological helping therapies about how to work with alienated children and their families. Most of the people I work with are aware of parental alienation and…
By Evelyn Merckx, teaching assistant and PhD researcher at Ghent University Children’s position during their parents’ separation remains a delicate matter. A variety of reasons can result in a child refusing contact with a parent in response to the challenging situation. Objective reasons can lead to the child’s decision, such as a parent’s aggressive or…
The latest headlines on child welfare: School holidays leave 3 million children at risk of hunger, report says Home Office stages U-turn on decision to reject London-born children of EU couple living in UK Smartphone app 'tells parents when children are sexting'
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