Bridging the Gap with EAPAP: Protecting Practitioners, Parents and Competence

The European Association of Parental Alienation Practitioners is getting ready to welcome its first members, who are practitioners who want to demonstrate competence and adherence to the internationally recognised standards of practice in this emerging field. ¬†EAPAP is already receiving enquiries about membership and will soon launch the standards of practice it will be regulating,Continue reading “Bridging the Gap with EAPAP: Protecting Practitioners, Parents and Competence”