In this second post on the launch of the European Association of Parental Alienation Practitioners, I thought it would be helpful to write a short piece on what EAPAP will mean to parents. The third in the series, will be for lawyers and family service workers.
EAPAP signifies a change for families affected by parental alienation because it will provide for you, the confirmation and reassurance that the services you are receiving from your mental health practitioner, are fully in line with the internationally recognised standards of practice known to help alienated children and their families. This means that when you go into court on the basis of parental alienation, you will have more choice and more control over the interventions provided to help you.
We know that many parents know more about parental alienation than practitioners, this is true of all of the member countries in EAPAP. It was…
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