The Role of Memory In Parental Alienation Cases

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In the following weeks the consumerwatchfoundation.com will be exclusively publishing a new series of reports on Parental Alienation … this explosive series  runs to thousands of words and explores every aspect of what is sometimes described as a syndrome.  Read it here and leave your comments and thoughts …

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5 thoughts on “The Role of Memory In Parental Alienation Cases

  1. A CAFCASS manager who recently contacted me insisted that my 9 year old daughter with no contact of any kind and has no contact with her brothers for 8 months from me is not PARENTAL ALIENATION it is adult conflict. Jow can it be adult conflict if i dont go near, see, or attempt to speak to the mother in any way shape or from.
    CAFCASS Have no clue regarding PA.

  2. Great article to learn about memory and about how it is linked with parental alienation. Thank you.

  3. What are your credentials and professional affiliations with licencing bodies in the UK? What are the searchable citations of your publications in the professional literature, and if none, why?

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