This series of articles describes the current research on parental alienation (PA) and parent-child contact problems. This second article describes some of the major conceptual and practical issues surrounding alienation, based on recent reviews of the literature.Continue reading
The concept of parental alienation has been the subject of much controversy in the mental health and legal fields, and related concepts, such as gatekeeping, are often poorly understood.
Johnston and Sullivan (2020) noted that controversy over parental alienation has lasted over three decades, and the concept has managed to remain a “complaint du jour” in high-conflict family court disputes.Continue reading
COVID-19 has exacerbated the strain present in many marriages and partnerships. For those who are considering divorce, the stress of figuring out how to go through the process may be leaving people feeling overwhelmed, anxious and/or depressed. We have gathered a panel of family law experts to answer questions often posed about how to select […]Continue reading
In this video interview, Dr. KKJ speaks with family law attorney Barbara Szombatfalvy about custody and co-parenting in the time of Covid-19. For more information, please contact us or email email@example.com.Continue reading
By Tiffany Lesnik, Domestic AttorneyRaleigh, NCThe social isolation, fear, anxiety, and extreme restrictions that have been put into place amidst the coronavirus pandemic are enough to cause the most well-adjusted person to become uneasy, restless, anxious and depressed and to feel the need to escape. For those in relationships fraught with abuse, the social isolation, […]Continue reading
Dr. Kuzyszyn-Jones was interviewed for the show “Close-Up Talk Radio”. You can listen to Part 2 of the interview by clicking the play button above. Here is Part 1.You can also listen at the blogtalkradio.com site if you prefer. Durham, NC – Americans are divorcing at alarming rates. Indeed, nearly half of all marriages […]Continue reading
Dr. Kuzyszyn-Jones was interviewed for the show “Close-Up Talk Radio”. You can listen to part 1 of the interview by clicking the play button above. Here is Part 2.You can also listen at the blogtalkradio.com site if you prefer. Durham, NC – Americans are divorcing at alarming rates. Indeed, nearly half of all marriages will […]Continue reading