Books about parental alienation, abuse and kidnapping


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Divorce Casualties: Protecting Your Children from Parental Alienation
Douglas Darnall, Ph.D.
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Recognizing Child Abuse: A Guide for the Concerned
Douglas Besharov, Ph.D.
A comprehensive guide to recognizing, preventing, and handling child abuse and neglect, by a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute.
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The Parental Alienation Syndrome: A Guide for Mental Health and Legal Professionals
Richard Gardner, M.D.
The PAS occurs when one parent denigrates the other parent, and gets the child to join in the denigration. Gardner, a national expert on the PAS, describes the disorder and recommends treatment.
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A Family’s Heartbreak: A Parent’s Introduction to Parental Alienation
Michael Jeffries and Dr. Joel Davies
Follows the story of Mike Jeffries and his family – wife Beth and sons Jared and Adam – as Mike realizes his post-divorce dream of co-parenting his children as they split their time between two households will bear little resemblance to a post-divorce reality consumed with trying to maintain a normal relationship with his 11-year old son Adam in the face of parental alienation. Read excerpt.
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Embracing Your Father: Building the Relationship You Always Wanted with Your Dad
Dr. Linda Nielsen
Dr Nielsen is a nationally recognized expert on father-daughter relationships whose work has been cited in the Wall Street Journal as well as in popular magazines such as Seventeen and Cosmopolitan. A psychologist and professor at Wake Forest University, she has written two books on adolescent psychology and many articles on father-daughter relationships. Since 1990 she has been teaching the only college course in the country devoted exclusively to fathers and daughters.
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When Parents Kidnap: The Families Behind the Headlines
Geoffrey Greif and Rebecca Hegar
An estimated 350,000 children are abducted each year by a family member. This book captures the experiences of parents searching for their children and abductors who have taken them; also makes public policy recommendations.
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