Innovative Programs in Israel for Prevention & Responding to Parental Alienation: Education, Early Identification and Timely, Effective Intervention

@article{Marcus2020InnovativePI,
  title={Innovative Programs in Israel for Prevention \& Responding to Parental Alienation: Education, Early Identification and Timely, Effective Intervention},
  author={Philip M. Marcus},
  journal={Family Court Review},
  year={2020},
  volume={58},
  pages={544-559}
}

Concepts, Controversies And Conundrums Of “Alienation:” Lessons Learned In A Decade And Reflections On Challenges Ahead

There have been significant advances in understandings and practice related parent–child contact problems (PCCPs), with a growing consensus about some issues and continuing controversy about others.

Parental Alienation: In the child’s worst interest

  • Teresa C. Silva
  • Psychology
    Parenting - Challenges of Child Rearing in a Changing Society [Working Title]
  • 2021
Parental alienation (PA) is a form of childhood emotional abuse in which one parent instrumentally uses the child to inflict psychological harm on the other parent for revenge. The consequences of