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100 1 Baker, Amy J. L.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/
245 10 Adult children of parental alienation syndrome :|bbreaking
the ties that bind /|cAmy J. L. Baker.
264 1 New York ;|aLondon :|bW. W. Norton & Co.,|c2007.
300 xii, 2 unnumbered pages, 303 pages ;|c24 cm
500 "A Norton professional book"
504 Includes bibliographical references (pages -297) and
505 0 Pt. I. Understanding Parental Alienation Syndrome -- 1.
Patterns of Parental Alienation -- 2. The Cult of
Parenthood -- 3. Strategies of Alienation and Attachment
Theory -- 4. Parental Alienation Is Emotional Abuse of
Children -- Pt. II. Breaking the Ties That Bind -- 5.
Rethinking the Past: The Process of Realization, I -- 6.
Rethinking the Past: The Process of Realization, II -- 7.
The Long-Term Impact of Parental Alienation Syndrome -- 8.
The Role of the Targeted Parent -- Pt. III. Clinical
Considerations -- 9. Working with Adult Children of
Parental Alienation Syndrome -- 10. Working with Alienated
Children -- 11. Working with Targeted Parents -- 12. Final
Thoughts -- App. The Sample of Interviewees.
520 1 "Parental alienation syndrome (PAS), occurs when one
parent, often in response to divorce or separation,
successfully manipulates a child to turn against the other
(targeted) parent. In its most extreme form, children
report that they despise or are frightened of the targeted
parent, and refuse to have any relationship with him or
her. Researchers are just beginning to study the
ramifications of PAS on the child victims.In this
groundbreaking book, Baker describes the long-term impact
of PAS, which may include depression, divorce, substance
abuse, trust issues, and alienation from one's own
children." "Based on a series of confidential research
interviews with individuals who believe that they were
child victims of PAS, the book provides an adult's
perspective and voice to the experience of being
manipulated as a child by one parent to turn against the
other parent. By explaining the process and the meaning of
the alienation for them, the interview subjects take the
reader inside the world of PAS and demonstrate its life-
long impact."--BOOK JACKET.
650 0 Parent and adult child.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/
650 0 Parental alienation syndrome.|0http://id.loc.gov/
650 0 Psychological child abuse.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/
650 0 Adult children|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/
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