Caught in the Middle. Protecting the Children of High-Conflict Divorce

  • ID: 2210807
  • Book
  • 192 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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"A timely, practical book. It is clearly written; comples family dynamics are well illustrated and made understandable...a valuable source book for legal and mental health professionals, as well as parents themselves."


Janet R. Johnston, Ph.D., Center for the Family in Transition and co–author ofImpasses of Divorce
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Acknowledgments v

1 Introduction 1

2 Why Work It Out? 11

3 Understanding Conflict Developmentally 29

4 How to Assess Conflict 41

5 Normal Visitation versus Conflict Visitation 51

6 Identifying and Understanding Parental Alienation 65

7 A Comprehensive Intervention Model for Parental Alienation 83

8 Creating a Parenting Plan for High–Conflict Divorce 101

9 Implementing the Parenting Plan 127

Appendix A: Parenting Plan 155

Appendix B: Parenting Checklist 162

Appendix C: Parenting Coordinator Agreement 168

References 173

Bibliography 178

Index 181

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"A timely, practical book. It is clearly written; comples family dynamics are well illustrated and made understandable...a valuable source book for legal and mental health professionals, as well as parents themselves." ––Janet R. Johnston, Ph.D., Center for the Family in Transition and co–author of Impasses of Divorce
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