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Title: Experiences of Parental Alienation Interventions
Authors: Barnett, A
Riley, A
Issue Date: 3-Dec-2021
Publisher: Routledge
Citation: Barnett, A., Riley, A. and 'Katherine' (2021) 'Experiences of Parental Alienation Interventions', in Mercer, J. and Drew, M. (eds.) Challenging Parental Alienation New Directions for Professionals and Parents. London: Routledge, pp. 1-xx. doi: 10.4324/9781003095927_4.
Abstract: This chapter provides direct accounts of experiences of parental alienation interventions in North America and England and Wales. Parental alienation intervention is a significantly under-researched area. No objective data is available in either jurisdiction on the type, frequency, form, and providers of such interventions in the family court arena and there are very few independent evaluations of the effectiveness or effects of parental alienation interventions (see Chapter 7 for a review of existing interventions).
ISBN: 9780367559779
ISSN: 9781003095927
Other Identifiers: 4
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