Use these checklist’s to find out whether your relationship with your child is being damaged by parental alienation by the other parent – or whether you are responsible for parental alienation yourself
Parental Alienation Processes Pathogenic Parenting – Concern Scale- C.A. Childress,Psy.D
The Parenting Practices Rating Scale
THE MIRROR WITHOUT A FACE
Interfering with communication;
Limiting mention and photographs of the targeted parent;
Withdrawal of love/ expressions of anger;
Telling the child that the targeted parent does not love him or her;
Forcing the child to choose;
Creating the impression that the targeted parent is dangerous;
Confiding in the child personal adult and litigation information;
Forcing the child to reject the targeted parent;
Asking the child to spy on the targeted parent;
Asking the child to keep secrets from the targeted parent;
Referring to the targeted parent by their first name;
Referring to a step-parent as mom or dad and encouraging the child to do the same;
Withholding medical, social, academic information from the targeted parent and keeping his/her name off the records;
Changing the child’s name to remove association with the targeted parent; and
Cultivating dependency on self / undermining authority of the targeted parent.
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