Latest Research on PA

Recent research on parental alienation has focused on the prevalence of the phenomenon, its effects on children, and the efficacy of interventions. Studies have found that parental alienation is a common experience for children of divorce, with estimates of prevalence ranging from 10-50%. Research has also found that parental alienation can have a significant negative impact on children’s mental health, including increased levels of depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder.

Author: Linda Turner

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