April 18, 2024

Parental alienation is toxic: how to spot the signs   

By Kate Banerjee, Head of Jones Myers Children’s Department Parental alienation is a particular family dynamic that can emerge when parents separate, in which the child becomes hostile and rejects the other parent. It can occur when one parent or carer expresses freely and persistently unreasonable negative feelings or beliefs such as anger or fear towards […]

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