Category Archives: The System

Anything about how the law, the helping professions and services work together or not.

Cults and Parental Alienation: A conversation with Steve Hassan

You may know that Steven Hassan is a long-standing cult expert having learned about it when he was in the Moonies as a young man. Steve is energetic and prolific. Read about his BITE model and the Influence Continuum. Watch his

Cults and Parental Alienation: A conversation with Steve Hassan

You may know that Steven Hassan is a long-standing cult expert having learned about it when he was in the Moonies as a young man. Steve is energetic and prolific. Read about his BITE model and the Influence Continuum. Watch his

Change the metaphor > Change the world

This is to announce a small but major change on the alienation experience blog. You didn’t notice any change, did you?! Well the page about how to make the world-wide changes that we need; that’s what’s changed.   The old page

Change the metaphor > Change the world

This is to announce a small but major change on the alienation experience blog. You didn’t notice any change, did you?! Well the page about how to make the world-wide changes that we need; that’s what’s changed.   The old page

For Kids Sake: Ozzy headlines hit harder

The Ozzy headlines that hit harder are about: deaths. Yes deaths. What can we learn about campaigning from one approach based in Australia that includes a revolutionary view: Family law doesn’t help. It harms the separated families who turn to

For Kids Sake: Ozzy headlines hit harder

The Ozzy headlines that hit harder are about: deaths. Yes deaths. What can we learn about campaigning from one approach based in Australia that includes a revolutionary view: Family law doesn’t help. It harms the separated families who turn to

Attachment: A safe base to work from

Seventy years ago, psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, John Bowlby, came up with Attachment Theory as a good way to describe close relationships in families, how they do or don’t go well. His own childhood was a key influence. Apparently Mrs Bowlby

Attachment: A safe base to work from

Seventy years ago, psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, John Bowlby, came up with Attachment Theory as a good way to describe close relationships in families, how they do or don’t go well. His own childhood was a key influence. Apparently Mrs Bowlby

About thingamajigs and filling up

If you know what you’re doing, you don’t need a name for it. “Has anyone seen my thingamajig – you know! – my whatchamacallit?” It’s a universal cry. But if you can remember where you put your thingamajig, it doesn’t

About thingamajigs and filling up

If you know what you’re doing, you don’t need a name for it. “Has anyone seen my thingamajig – you know! – my whatchamacallit?” It’s a universal cry. But if you can remember where you put your thingamajig, it doesn’t

A typewriter cannot juggle – but Cochem can

Like buses, you wait for ages for a conference on Parental Alienation (PA) then in August two came along: Stockholm (Nordic and International) and London (UK and European). Plus USA at both. I went and presented in Sweden. I’ve heard about the

A typewriter cannot juggle – but Cochem can

Like buses, you wait for ages for a conference on Parental Alienation (PA) then in August two came along: Stockholm (Nordic and International) and London (UK and European). Plus USA at both. I went and presented in Sweden. I’ve heard about the

Finding Alienation on a bigger map

People want me to publish my talk in PASG Nordic, Stockholm: Finding PA on a bigger map. I’ve been reluctant: “You can read it here with slides here; I’ve said it all before; I’ll be saying it again; Things have

Finding Alienation on a bigger map

People want me to publish my talk in PASG Nordic, Stockholm: Finding PA on a bigger map. I’ve been reluctant: “You can read it here with slides here; I’ve said it all before; I’ll be saying it again; Things have