Our network works with targeted-rejected parents and alienated children to build innovative strategies that disrupt the alienation process across all stages of an alienated family situation and parent-child relationships.
We provide integrated services for alienated parent-child relationships and family situations through our network of practitioners trained in parental alienation and alienation-informed practice.
We also work with targeted-alienated parents as they enter and exit the family law system. For some parents, family law is the only option for severe alienation.
These services include:
1. Curating your evidence
We use evidence-based models to demonstrate your case to protect your child from the trauma of alienation.
You will require a specific form of evidence to support a reversal of care and responsibility in severe cases.
2. Coaching and preparation
We help prepare you for mandatory mediation and engaging with court-appointed practitioners such as Family Consultants and family therapists.
In our experience, combining an evidence-based affidavit of evidence, preparation to present yourself and your case, and specific coaching is more likely to lead to recommendations favourable to your case.
3. Alienation Trained Family Consultant, Single Expert, and Mediator.
Our network includes an alienation-trained family consultant and mediator who the Family Court can appoint to your case.
4. Specialised Remediations for Alienated Parent-Child Relationships.
Our practitioners provide specialised consultations and programs for situations where children may resist and refuse to spend time with a parent or where both parents may be involved. We can also provide reportable or non-reportable specialised family therapy subject to assessment.
5. Case Management and Assessment
We work with you to establish how your case fits evidence-based models of parental alienation, integrate the services you need and consult with your legal counsel to develop an alienation-informed strategy.
An early assessment identifies the parenting behaviour and child presentations that form the backbone of your evidence. It also informs downstream practitioners how to direct their interventions.
Severe alienation cases require a team of practitioners whose work is coordinated and managed toward your goal and in support of your legal strategy. The services listed above have to be provided at different stages and tuned to your individual situation. Case management also works with practitioners that the Family Court mandates and can alert you to when they are counter-productive and prepare you to guide their approach.
In cases involving reversal of care and responsibility, we consult with targeted-rejected parents and legal counsel about the options for post-litigation de-alienation (including but limited to the Building Family Bridges Workshop) and remediation of the parent-child relationship with both parents.
6. Where Family law may not be an option
There are de-alienation strategies and tactics that we can help parents in these situations develop to keep them in their children’s lives for as long as possible.
Do not hesitate to contact me for an initial consultation where I can introduce you to our network.
Please go to the following pages to find out about the services we offer:
Addressing Why Family Courts and Practitioners Fail to Recognise Parental Alienation