Monthly Archives: August 2019

The Triangulation Bridge And Parental Alienation

A significant concept that explains Parental Alienation in behavioral science is called triangulation. Triangulation describes when a child becomes part of the conflict between parents as a third party. This triangulation occurs in order to stabilize one of the parents in a co-parenting relationship either before or after divorce. There are several types of triangulation,…
Read more

Is Parental Alienation A Crime?

Roland Thomas was the victim of a crime.* Yet the perpetrator of that offense was not arrestable. When Roland and Amy, his wife, decided to end their marriage, Mr. Thomas had no idea that nearly four years would pass until he could spend time with Mindy, his daughter. Roland would miss all that parents treasure…
Read more