New Research Project:
2016 Parental Alienation Research with Gena Rowland
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School of Social Work
Parental Alienation: A Measurement Tool
To participate, you must be:
1) 18 years of age or older
2) A parent
You will be asked to complete a brief background questionnaire and (4) separate scales related to the study of parental alienation.
TO PARTICIPATE FOLLOW THE LINK BELOW BY PRESSING CTRL AND THEN CLICKING ON LINK:
For questions or concerns regarding the study or your participation in the study, you may contact:
Ms. Gena Rowlands at 561-523-0484 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may also contact Dissertation Chair, Dr. Sarah Lewis, PhD, at (305)899-3900 or email at email@example.com.
You may also contact the Institutional Board Review Board point of contact, Barbara Cook,
at (305)899-3020 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Divorce Corp learns of new Research by Attorney
Divorce Corp has just learned about a case dealing with child custody rights.We received the information below about a prominent San Francisco attorney who is looking for examples of parents who fought for custody pro se and lost. If you are interested in having your case be included as an example, please read on to find out how to get involved.
A prominent San Francisco attorney who is an advocate for pro per parent rights is writing an appellate court motion in the Susan Ferris case and wants to include other examples of parents without an attorney who lost some or all of their child custody rights in court.
If you lost full or partial custody at a court hearing where you DID NOT have a lawyer, please contact attorney James Brosnahan IMMEDIATELY by phone or email. If you want to participate in this important appellate case, you need to contact him ASAP. If you don’t meet this criteria, please do not contact the attorney.
James Brosnahan: 415-268-7000 Ask for James Brosnahan’s office.
This is a nationally-recognized lawyer at the law firm Morrison and Foerster in San Francisco. If you want to know more about the attorney, go to this webpage: http://www.mofo.com/people/b/brosnahan-james-j#
PLEASE FORWARD THIS EMAIL TO ANYONE ELSE YOU KNOW THAT MEETS THIS CRITERIA
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Parental Alienation Research out of UTAS in AU
Please find below a link to research that is being conducted in Australia by the University of Tasmania.
Reunification of Alienated Parents and their Adult* Children: A Qualitative Investigation
(* also interest in hearing teen children reunited)
If you have any questions about the research please contact Dr Mandy Matthewson: Mandy.Matthewson@utas.edu.au
Other Research Projects
tI often get contacted by researchers or student researchers with surveys related to PAS. Here is one that many of you might be interested in participating in. The more we can quantify and qualify things related to alienation, the more we can affect change worldwide. This information will help us to prove that any form of alienation, whether in a custody battle, or by a relative or an agency, is psychological abuse. The bond between parent and child is a very strong one, even when it is interrupted. At some point, the loss of this relationship will show it’s affects on the child. The child will either seek out the parent or will hopefully seek out mental health support. And the more information we can get to them and out there, the better chance we have of creating proper intervention and healing of the fractured relationships.
Below is a list of researchers that you can reach out to and see if they are still doing anything or are interested in starting something new. As well, below this is an actual research project that might still be on-going.
Amy Baker, Ph.D
Dr. Mandy Mathewson
Dr. Kathleen Reay
Nancy & Ronald Rohner
Errol Goetsch is doing a research project on attorneys use of tactical use of false allegations, sham litigation, forensic reports, protection orders that reflect HAP and exploit PAS to increase fees and costs for a divorce. Below are several links to his work. The first one is for the research surgery. The next one is to his work. His email is email@example.com
Hello Ms. Kloth-Zanard,
I’m contacting you because you are an author who has written on parental alienation.
I'm a Masters student in Social Work and am doing a short online survey (15-20 minutes). I’m in need of qualified participants as soon as possible! I’m sincerely hoping that you can help me by participating in my survey or passing on the link to others you feel may qualify for my study. The purpose of my research study is to find how the experiences of parental alienation and ongoing estrangement from adult child(ren) affect targeted, non-custodial parents as they age. This study is the foundation for my Master’s Thesis.
To participate you must meet these criteria:
If you would like to participate, please go to the following link:
Thank you for your help,
California State University, Long Beach
MSW Student: CSULB