Looking for Stories of Parents Affected by Parental Alienation…

In my continuing battle to fight parental alienation and promote social change I have started writing an evidence based article. This currently has the working title of ‘Are UK authorities effectively safeguarding children in their approach to the issue that is parental alienation.’

A recent post of mine (Cafcass Asked Me If I Had Any Ideas. Here Is My 16 Page Response!) will form part of a section on Cafcass. Once I have completed the article in its entirety I aim to use it in various ways to highlight the numerous service gaps that are allowing this form of abuse to go unchallenged.

I am looking for parents that are affected by parental alienation that are prepared to share their stories with me. The selected stories will be included within my article as vignettes. Please be assured that any stories included in the article will be fully anonymised. All that I ask for is that stories meet the following criteria:

  • The affected parent must be UK based
  • Written accounts of the affected children being ‘brainwashed’/alienated against the affected parent
  • I would prefer replies from those that have had involvement with Cafcass

If anyone is interested in contributing their story of parental alienation please email me and I will aim to be in touch within 24-48 hours.

On a similar note, although I am a mental health nurse and have experience of writing evidenced based essays, I am all too aware that there are affected parents out there that have far more experience of parental alienation than I do. Any suggestions, ideas, input will be very much appreciated.

Thank you.


I am an alienated parent of three. Part-time psychiatric nurse, part-time writer. I am also an online activist against parental alienation. I use my knowledge of mental health and lived experience of parental alienation to promote awareness of parental alienation.



  1. Reblogged this on LOST DAD and commented:
    If you are in the UK, and have a story to tell – Please get in touch. Most of the documentation on PA is from research, cases that are reported on and anecdotal evidence. ANY attempt to catalogue – in any small way – the damage that has been done to PA sufferers though real-life experiences is excellent.

    I wish you well.

  2. I’ve just tweeted. I have a clear case with documentation. The social services whilst to take sides with the mother have only confirmed this. The caffcass report is much better, but even though I’ve mentioned pas there not even looking at it

    • Our advice is instead of using the term parental alienation, which they will wrongly and instantly dismiss, use the term ’emotional abuse’ instead. Its wrong that they dont recognise or acknowledge PA, but by using the term ’emotional abuse’, its one less argument with these incompetent services that claim to be safeguarding our children.