A Definition of Parental Alienation
"When your ex-partner is pathologically determined to erase you from the lives of your children, using any means possible, by poisoning their minds, thereby weaponising them and turning them against you, to further their personal vendetta and fuelling their bitterness."
Parental Alienation is a form of psychological and emotional abuse usually perpetrated by narcissists or those with personality disorders.
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#2 of 5 PARENTAL ALIENATION CONFERENCE 2019
We held the first Irish Conference on Parental Alienation where some of the world's leading experts in this area spoke about Parental Alienation from a number of perspectives including legal, social and mental health. They spoke about the impact of Parental Alienation across these areas and what is being done worldwide to combat this form of psychological & emotional abuse.
Expert Speakers You Will Learn From In This Conference Recording
Professor William Bernet
The Five Factor Model for a Diagnosis of Parental Alienation
Sean Wygant - Forensic Psychologist
Maltreatment in alienated Children and Resolving Issues of Diagnosis, Assessment, and Treatment
Caroline Langley - Barrister
Parental Alienation No Bars required.
The American perspective
Melanie Gill - Psychologist
Attachment and the Courtroom
Brendan Guildea - Barrister
The In-camera Rule in law
Liz Archer - Reunification Expert
Science not Guesswork
Mairead Stewart - Parental Alienation Researcher
Parental Alienation & Attachment Based Parental Alienation in Children of Divorce & Separation
Brian O'Sullivan - Systemic Family Psychotherapist
The Lived Experience of Parental Alienation. An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis
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#3 of 5 UNDERSTANDING, ASSESSMENT & INTERVENTION SEMINAR
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#4 of 5 PARENTAL ALIENATION REFERENCE DATABASE
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Brian's first undergraduate award was in Emergency Medical Science. He then earned a B.A. Psychotherapy & Psychometric Testing before earning an M.Sc. Systemic Family Psychotherapy at University College Dublin & the Mater Hospital.
Brian is a registered and accredited Systemic Family Psychotherapist with the Irish Council of Psychotherapy and the Family Therapy Association of Ireland. He has lectured on accredited undergraduate and post graduate program's in psychological theory and therapy. He has designed and delivered two M.Sc. programs both of which have been validated by Middlesex University, London.
His area of interest, practice and research relates to the phenomenon where children resist contact with a previous loved parent in an unjustified way in the context of high conflict separations and divorce often, referred to as parental alienation. He acts as an expert witness in private family law proceedings where alienation may be considered to be a factor.
Brian has completed the only study regarding parental alienation in Ireland. This study adds to a paucity in the literature globally. It was conducted with ethical permission from the Human Research Ethics Committee at University College Dublin and graded A in final examination.
Brian has been published in peer reviewed and non peer reviewed journals nationally and internationally. He has delivered seminars regarding PA at a variety of venues including the British Psychological Society's Annual Conference (2016) in Nottingham and more recently at Queens University Belfast (2018) and the Tavistock Clinic London (2018).