Addressing Why Family Courts and Practitioners Fail to Recognise Parental Alienation.
Here is time and cost-effective online accredited professional development in Attachment-Based Theory and Practice in Parental Alienation with Optional CPD. It is set at the beginner to intermediate level. I have completed this course. It is suitable for targeted-alienated parents, Family Law legal counsel, social workers, clinical and forensic psychologists, and counsellors who need to understand how parental alienation presents and best practices in responding to its presentation.
Follow the LINK to a video presentation By Dr S. Miller explaining why practitioners fail to recognise parental alienation. This video also addresses what makes specific training and education on parental alienation presentations and behaviours essential.
I have no financial interests in this course and do not obtain remuneration from it or for recommending it.
The course is UK-based and therefore makes references to UK Family Law. It is not that different from Australian Family Law.
A practical understanding of attachment-based parental alienation and child psychological maltreatment may assist legal, mental health and forensic practitioners, especially those working in Family Law. This CPD/CPE may assist targeted-alienated parents in engaging with therapeutic assessment practitioners.
This CPD/CPE may assist legal counsel in developing a theory of their alienation case and their submissions. Practitioners who provide counselling, family therapy and assessment are already familiar with attachment theory. This CPD/CPE may help them apply attachment theory to their evaluations and therapies. It may also assist them in identifying a valid claim of alienation and differentiating parental alienation from other forms of resist-refuse dynamics.