Does this sound like you?
You've experienced feelings of fear over loosing your children; guilt over the turmoil you see in your children's eyes; anger at being portrayed in ways that are not you; embarrassment, scared or even shame when you find yourself in an uncomfortable situation where you are being falsely judged; anger at being treated indifferently or critically by strangers or "professionals" who are supposed to protect your children; helplessness over feeling like no one understands, and perhaps wondering if they might be right. These are the feelings of parents whose families have been invaded by the poison of the parental alienation experience.
I believe educating yourself about Parental Alienation is the most important thing you can do you for yourself, your children and your entire family. There are solutions, it can be prevented and it can be stopped.
I have worked with and helped literally hundreds of families in the last 20 years with all aspects of Parental Alienation, from parenting difficulties, children adjustment and coping skills to helping those who find themselves in Family Court. I hope that the information on this site helps you with your struggle with Parental Alienation.
Helpful Links for Parents
Courses / Downloads for Parents
Treatment for Alienated Children 1 - Audio with Study Guide
This course will help you understand alienation and how it can be reversed. The unique nature of parental alienation and the adversarial environment in which it thrives makes this course a must for any parent working desperately to restore his or her previously healthy relationships with his or her children.
Treatment for Alienated Children 2 - Audio with Study Guide
(The Canadian Symposium) This course compliments "Treatment for Alienated Children 1" and introduces new material. This course explains how our own vulnerability towards bias is used to alienate children.
Parenting 1, An Overview - Audio File
When one adds the complications of modern life, the high rate of divorce and the problem of parental alienation, understanding the principles of healthy parenting has even greater importance.
Parenting 2, Difficult Behavior - Audio File
This course is the second that address specific situations involving the difficulty in parenting alienated children.
Parenting 3, Independent Thinking - Audio File
When Parental Alienation is present, children are often penalized for thinking for themselves. This course discusses how to help alienated children find their own true voice.