What is this form of Child Abuse?
Ms.Arnotti presents seminars on this devastating behavior.
Contact GAPFR to schedule a free seminar for your local organization
or participate in an upcoming Parent Education Class that focuses on Parental Alienation.
Learn the cause, characteristics and cost of Parental Alienation.
Learn the ten rules of behavior for a “Targeted” parent.
There are three degrees of Parental Alienation (PA)
A mild and very common form of parental alienation (PA) is when one parent speaks negatively about the other parent, over what might be the smallest of issues, so that a child hears what is being said. This can be somewhat unintentional. Parents may be so upset at each other that they simply don’t realize that they are inappropriately involving a child in adult affairs. Parent education is often needed to teach these parents to have boundaries that protect their children from upsetting feelings. Without such boundaries, parents are contributing to the psychological insecurity of their children.
The second and third degree are more dangerous and psychologically abusive to the family especially children. This form of child abuse can lead to Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS) in children.
Contact Ms. Arnotti for
more information about PA/PAS, the educational seminars and classes. 770-837-4808