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Dec 13, 2021

Holidays and Healing: Parental Alienation – Naughty, Not Nice

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Parental alienation is the term used to describe the emotional and psychological abuse of children by one parent against the other with the goal the child will reject the non-custodial parent. It is common in situations involving divorce and separation. This is especially true during the holidays.

The Alpha team takes a holistic approach to people in all stages of relationships. While the Alpha Center for Divorce Mediation provides comprehensive, ethical, and compassionate client care for individuals going through the divorce process, the Alpha Resource Center offers resources to support healthy marriages, divorce survival, and new beginnings.

Read more about the Holidays and Healing Series, Part 1 which provides tips to combat parental alienation over the holiday season.