Children Missing Contact with Both Biological Parents at Risk

 

Children Missing Contact with Both Biological Parents at Risk

 

This article concentrates solely on children in divorced families. Foster children and orphans are the only children who are deprived of contact with both biological parents yet, despite the title, no mention is made of foster children.

 

The NCHR presents the article here because it can be extended to the conditions of foster children. In Sweden and the Nordic countries there are hundreds of cases where children are being alienated from their parents when they are placed in state foster care. These children - like the children in divorce cases - often develop Parental Alienation Syndrome - PAS. 

 

 

 

 

Children Missing Contact with Both Biological Parents at Risk
PRWeb article

Children that are deprived of frequent contact with both their mother and their father have a greater risk of drug abuse, dropping out of school, teenage pregnancy, and many other behavioral and emotional problems.

 

 

 

 

Making a parent dangerous. PAS in Sweden and Norway
By Lena Hellblom Sjögren

 

Understanding and Collaboratively Treating Parental Alienation Syndrome
By Kenneth H. Waldron and David E. Joanis

 

PAS - The Lohstroh Case
A series of articles published in different media

 

Custody Disputes Fueling "Parental Alienation Syndrome"
By Richard A. Gardner

 

Does DSM-IV Have Equivalents for the Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS) Diagnosis?
By 
Richard A. Gardner


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