Parental Alienation as a False Allegation: Protecting Vulnerable Families From Risk of Harm

Last week, on the heels of the research from Brunel Law School, I said I would write about parental alienation as a false allegation, an issue which is repeatedly raised by women’s rights advocates who deny the reality of a child’s rejection of a parent after family separation. This week we are in Iceland toContinue reading “Parental Alienation as a False Allegation: Protecting Vulnerable Families From Risk of Harm”