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Parental Alienation Day (12th Oct) 2021 interview with Stan Korosi, Clinical Counsellor

Parental Alienation Day – 12th Oct 2021 – interview with Stan Korosi, Clinical Counsellor In this discussion, Stan covers: What is PA and what is it not? (i.e. common misconceptions) History of PA – be warned, we go back to ancient Greece Why is it a struggle to get PA accepted more widely? Recognition of …

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Are you a Mum feeling lonely after separation or divorce?

Separation Anxiety- Loneliness, anxiety, feelings of isolation and hopelessness are unfortunately just some of the feelings that accompany every divorce, as separation anxiety. Sometimes that pain can be so severe that we sometimes wonder whether we are able to survive for very long, if at all. These feelings are even worse for a mum who …

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Alienated mothers and their trauma

Parental Alienation- Parental alienation describes a family dynamic in which a parent engages in behaviors that are likely to foster a child’s unjustified rejection of the other parent. Let us pause and look at the ways in which mums suffer the experience of being rejected by their child. Despite feminism being spoken about loudly and …

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Double the Divorce, Family Law actions to Triple, since COVID-19

Different research appears to be showing different statistics on this, but this article says, “The number of coupes planning to divorce has more than doubled since the outbreak of COVID-19, with the second wave proving the breaking point for many marriages and forcing ‘urgent’ Family Law Court actions to nearly triple, lawyers and counsellors say.” …

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Family Mental Health Crisis includes kids too!

If you’re concerned about your entire family’s mental health, including your children, this is an important read. Children are at risk of long-term consequences from parental stress, anxiety and depression. This means that they can be more likely to experience mental health problems themselves. Some so-called ‘small steps’ that may help are also listed in …

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