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Description:

PAS—sometimes called Parental Alienation (PA)— is a disorder that arises primarily in the context of child-custody disputes.

Its primary manifestation is the child’s campaign of denigration against a parent, a campaign that has no justification.

It results primarily from the programming (brainwashing) of a child by one of the parents, whose goal is the complete vilification of the other parent.

WHAT DOES PAS LOOK LIKE?

~ The child denigrates the alienated parent with foul language and severe oppositional behavior.

~ The child offers weak, absurd, or frivolous reasons for his or her anger.

~ The child is sure of him or herself and doesn’t demonstrate ambivalence, i.e. love and hate      for the alienated parent, only hate.

~ The child exhorts that he or she alone came up with ideas of denigration. The “independent-     thinker” phenomenon is where the child asserts that no one told him to do this.

~ The child supports and feels a need to protect the alienating parent.

~ The child does not demonstrate guilt over cruelty towards the alienated parent.

~ The child uses borrowed scenarios, or vividly describes situations that he or she could not      have experienced.

~ Animosity is spread to the friends and/or extended family of the alienated parent.

~ In severe cases of parent alienation, the child is utterly brain- washed against the alienated      parent. The alienating parent can truthfully say that the child doesn’t want to spend any time      with the other parent.

~ When told that the child MUST spend time with the other parent, the alienator typically      responds, “There isn’t anything I can do about it. She/he just doesn’t want to be with you.”

READ ABOUT EACH OF THESEPUBLICATIONS:

The most complete volume of information ever published for parents concerning every aspect ofPARENTAL ALIENATION SYNDROME (PAS)

~~ LIST OF ALIENATING BEHAVIORS IN WHICH PARENTS MAY ENGAGE
~~ WHAT DEFINES PAS
~~ METHODS OF TREATING PAS
~~ WHAT TYPE OF PARENTS INDUCE PAS
~~ PERSONALITY CHARACTERISTICS OF PARENTS MAKING FALSE SEXUAL ABUSE         ACCUSATIONS
~~ DELUSIONAL PARENTS
~~ MUNCHAUSEN SYNDROME BY PROXY
~~ CHILD ABDUCTION BY ONE PARENT
~~ HISTORY OF PAS
~~ POSSIBLE REASONS FOR PARENT REJECTION
~~ VARIATIONS OF PAS
~~ THERAPY AND PAS
~~ INNOVATIONS IN LEGAL AND THERAPEUTIC INTERVENTIONS FOR PAS
~~ OUTCOMES OF PAS TREATMENT
~~ HISTORY AND COMPLETE DEFINITION OF PAS
~~ PAS AND SEX ABUSE CASES
~~ LIST OF SYMPTOMS IN A CHILD ENGAGED IN PAS
~~ HIGH CONFLICT DIVORCE AND PAS
~~ A SYNTHESIZED CASE STUDY OF PAS (COMPOSITED FROM REAL PAS CASES)
~~ HOW TO DEAL WITH PROGRAMMED AND BRAINWASHED CHILDREN
~~ A STEP-BY-STEP LIST OF HOW PARENTS TEND TO INDUCE PAS IN THEIR CHILDREN
~~ CASE STUDIES OF PAS
~~ IDENTIFICATION OF PAS
~~ ALLEGATIONS OF CHILD SEX ABUSE
~~ ADULT DEVELOPMENTAL NEEDS AND PAS
~~ LOSS, DEPRESSION, ANGER AND AGGRESSION AND PAS
~~ HOW PAS AFFECTS THE FAMILY
~~ TREATING PAS (INCLUDING HOW TREATMENT BY A NURSE MAY HELP)
~~ KEY POINTS CONCERNING PAS
~~ EFFECTS PAS HAS ON CUSTODY DECISIONS IN COURT
~~ DOCUMENTING PERCEIVED ALIENATION FOR USE IN CUSTODY CASES
~~ TYPES OF CONDUCT IN CHILDREN AND PARENTS INDICATIVE OF PAS
~~ REASONS FOR OCCURRENCE OF PAS
~~ HOW TO CIRCUMVENT THE INFLUENCE OF AN EX-SPOUSE ENGAGING THE CHILD IN PAS
~~ WHAT TO DO IF PAS OCCURS DESPITE YOUR BEST EFFORTS
~~ GENDER BIAS AND PAS
~~ WHAT IS THE CHILD’S PART IN PAS
~~ SEVERE PAS
~~ PAS AS AN ESCALATION OF PA (PARENTAL ALIENATION)
~~ TREATING PAS
~~ HOW COMMON IS PA AND PAS
~~ WHY PAS PARENTS ACT THE WAY THEY DO
~~ HOW DOES THE CHILD GET INVOLVED IN PAS
~~ WHY PAS CREATES TWICE AS MANY PROBLEMS FOR CHILDREN INVOLVED
~~ FAMILY VOLATILITY AND PAS
~~ INTERGENERATIONAL PATTERNS AND PAS
~~ WHAT HAPPENS TO THE CHILD WHEN YOU CAN’T STOP PAS
~~ HOW GOOD INTENTIONS CAN BACKFIRE
~~ THERAPISTS AND PAS
~~ HOW TO HANDLE SITUATIONS IN WHICH THERAPISTS AND COURTS AGGRAVATE PAS
~~ HOW PAS CASES ARE RESOLVED LEGALLY
~~ CASE STUDIES OF PAS
~~ REVERSING PAS
~~ ATTRIBUTES OF PARENTS WHO GET PRIMARY CUSTODY OF THEIR CHILDREN IN PAS        CASES

Introduction to the PAS Edition by Barry Bricklin, Ph.D.
PARENTAL ALIENATION SYNDROMEVS. PARENTAL ALIENATION:Which Diagnosis Should Evaluators Use in Child Custody Disputes?By Richard A. Gardner, M.D.
Parental Alienation Syndrome Diagnosis andTreatment TablesBy Richard A. Gardner, MD
Denial of the Parental Alienation SyndromeAlso Harms WomenBy Richard A. Gardner, M.D.
Editor’s Introduction to the PAS articleby Jerome H. PoliacoffReprinted from Issue #2I of The Custody Newsletter (Barry Bricklin, Ph.D., Editor)
PARENTAL ALIENATION SYNDROME: Frye V Gardner in the Family CourtsBy Jerome H. Poliacoff, Ph.D
Further Reflections on the Parental Alienation SyndromeBy Barry Bricklin, Ph.D.
Evolution of the Gender Shift in PASby Richard A. Gardner, M.D.
Issue #9 of The Custody Newsletter wasdevoted entirely to the Parental Alienation Syndrome(The complete issue is reprinted here)
An Important PAS Ruling in the UK: email fromRichard A. Gardner, M.D.
The Judiciary’s Role in the Entrenchment of theParental Alienation Syndrome (PAS)By Richard A. Gardner, M.D.

PARENTAL ALIENATION SYNDROMEVS. PARENTAL ALIENATION:Which Diagnosis Should Evaluators Use in Child Custody Disputes?By Richard A. Gardner, M.D.

Parental Alienation Syndrome Diagnosis andTreatment TablesBy Richard A. Gardner, MD

Denial of the Parental Alienation SyndromeAlso Harms WomenBy Richard A. Gardner, M.D.

Editor’s Introduction to the PAS articleby Jerome H. PoliacoffReprinted from Issue #2I of The Custody Newsletter (Barry Bricklin, Ph.D., Editor)

PARENTAL ALIENATION SYNDROME: Frye V Gardner in the Family CourtsBy Jerome H. Poliacoff, Ph.D

Further Reflections on the Parental Alienation SyndromeBy Barry Bricklin, Ph.D.

Evolution of the Gender Shift in PASby Richard A. Gardner, M.D.

Issue #9 of The Custody Newsletter wasdevoted entirely to the Parental Alienation Syndrome(The complete issue is reprinted here)

An Important PAS Ruling in the UK: email fromRichard A. Gardner, M.D.

The Judiciary’s Role in the Entrenchment of theParental Alienation Syndrome (PAS)By Richard A. Gardner, M.D.

AN ACTUAL CASE FROM THE FILES OFDR. BARRY BRICKLIN and DR. GAIL ELLIOT

One of the saddest situations happens when a child has been bribed or manipulated into turning against one of the parents–and frequently this parent is the better of the two parents. An actual case from our files illustrates what we are talking about. The daughter, a bright young girl of eleven, creates havoc whenever her parent, a warm and hardworking professional, attempts to phone or pick her up for a visit.

“You know I don’t like to see you!”

“I don’t want to talk now. I’m busy.” (The child slams the phone down.)

“You’re bothering us; don’t call me!” (The parent, rightly, wonders who the “us” is in this statement.)

And the parent frequently hears what is a sure sign of a bribed or manipulated child, words and sentences that are obviously not of the child’s own creation, but rather from the bitter and vindictive other parent:

“You decided to leave us. This is all your fault. You’re not entitled to share in my life anymore.”

Unfortunately, most mothers or fathers singled out to be the victims of such vitriolic attacks are poorly equipped to deal with them. They start out trying to be calm and loving, but all too soon are worn down by the hurt, frustration and road blocks continuously thrown up when they attempt contacts with the child. They end up either retreating, or counter-attacking—neither of which can lead to a happy outcome.

If you are caught up in this kind of trap it is essential that you learn the four strategies that can be truly effective and helpful in this situation.

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