Welcome to the launch of the new Open Minds Foundation website!
And, first of all, could you please check and advise on this new very brief guide there:
The Open Minds Foundation is committed to tackling all kinds of harmful coercive persuasion – generally known as ‘undue influence’.
There, we have worked on how to include the patterns of family coercion: coercive control in domestic violence, child abuse and parental alienation.
The alienation experience is a key part of harmful coercive persuasion in every kind of family and non-family situations. To be harmfully coerced you need to be cut off from outside information and healthy relationships. In a word that’s: Alienation.
But there’s only the one specific pattern commonly named to include the word ‘alienation’. And that’s: Parental Alienation.
Here’s the sub-headings in that guide on what to do about Parental Alienation:
- What is Parental Alienation?
- As an excluded parent
- As an alienated young child
- As an alienated grown up child
- As a by-stander
- Next steps
Please read and recommend the brief guideline on the Open Minds Foundation website. It is essential to get good information as quickly as possible into the hands of those who get pushed in the deep end of Parental Alienation. Please feedback here: Contact us
And, of course, browse and learn from all the rest of that website too! The search box works best.