Parental Alienation Mediation
Parental alienation involves manipulating a child’s perception of the other parent deliberately. In most cases, the alienation makes the child fear and dislike the other parent making the kid reluctant to see them.
Parental alienation, a state that occurs mostly when couples are divorced, results to a condition known as PAS (Parental Alienation Syndrome).
Understanding Parental Alienation
Fixing a problem you might not be aware of
Moms and dads can accidentally add to the alienation of a kid from their other moms and dad, by for instance weeping or being upset in front of their child/children when they with the other parent.
Or by telling them just how much they will miss them when they are with the other moms and dad.
Family Mediation Resolution
Parental Alienation and Court Procedures
Dealing with Parental Alienation through Mediation
Since the UK courts do not accept the concept of Parental Alienation Syndrome, mediation comes as the best and perhaps the only effective means of dealing with parental alienation. Through mediation, the mediators will identify PAS in its early stages and mitigate its development. The mediator, who is a neutral evaluator, will determine how valid allegations are and seek possible solutions to settle the disagreement.
If you are experiencing parental mediation issues, it is advisable to seek a skilled go-between such as those from Barclay Devere. Doing this saves time. If litigated divorce is the cause to the parental alienation, you will experience lengthy delays when you go to the court; it will take a lot of time before the court assigns a Mental Health Professional to guide you through. Seasoned mediators act promptly when it comes to assigning a professional to the disagreeing couple unlike the courts.