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When parents rupture their children's loving bond with the other parent: identifying, and working against the parental alienation process and alienating behaviours

Stan Korosi

How do practitioners respond to parents and/or their children who present in the context of a high conflict separation and divorce where the relationship between the children and one of the parents is threatened or has been ruptured? The relationship between children and one of their parents may end for a number of reasons, including their own attachment choices, conflict mitigation strategies and abuse. However, in the absence of such factors and in the face of certain questionable actions by parents practitioners are left with the possibility that the deliberate or at least the inadvertent actions and behaviours of one parent damages or destroys the necessary loving relationship between their children and the other parent. 

WORLD DREAMING: WORLD CONGRESS FOR PSYCHOTHERAPY
24-28 August 2011 Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre
Darling Harbour, Australia.
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Stan Korosi

Stan Korosi is an independent counsellor and psychotherapist with post-graduate qualifications in counselling and human services. He works in community and private practice, and has a special interest in working with step-families, parents and children whose relationships are affected by high conflict separation and divorce. He has a deep appreciation of these issues from his personal experience and from research driven by his insider perspective and counselling experience. In particular, Stan is interested in working with parents and step-parents to defuse high conflict relationships with ex-partners and to foster the needs of their children for a relationship with both parents.

Visit Stan at: www.dialogueingrowth.com.au and at: www.speakeasycounselling.com.au

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