What is Parental Alienation (‘PA’)?
“A process, and the result, of the psychological manipulation of a child into showing unwarranted fear, disrespect or hostility towards a parent or other members of the family”
Parental Alienation is serious psychological child abuse. When an alienated child rejects one of its parents, it also rejects everything about that parent, including grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins… Read more…
1 To help change attitudes about family ‘models’;
2 To help educate/enlighten judges and CAFCASS about PA so that they get in step;
3 To get PA seen by all agencies as serious psychological abuse;
4 To work towards 50-50 parenting;
5 To get more transparency in our courts;
6 To give a voice to alienated parents and grandparents.
How you can help
There are several ways to get involved with UKAP’s objectives, click here to get involved.
There are no joining or other fees. What we do ask for please is your contribution to our survey, so that we can build a picture of what is happening in our family courts, to visit our blog, and for you to register your interest in our proposed class action. Our focus is LAW, but we aim to provide a ‘hub’ for alienated or ‘targeted’ parents (‘TPs’) providing guidance as to the resources available both nationally and internationally for those affected by PA. Please feel free to browse around and let us know your views by completing our survey.