“PARENTAL ALIENATION IS A FORM OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE” by prof. Jennifer Harman
Prof. JENNIFER HARMAN is a major proponent in the world of parental alienation of the definition that alienation is not only child abuse but much more broadly – an act of domestic violence.
The definition recognizes that the alienated parent – from whom the child has been mentally abducted, and alienated – is yet another victim of this form of domestic violence.
Prof. Harman coined the name “Intimate partner terrorism”, which publicly marked what, how, and to whom intimate abuse occurs and how a domestic abuser uses levers of power. Unfortunately, in such domestic violence, children are just ammunition in the attack of one partner/parent against the other. Prof. Harman explains very stylistically how this abuse happens, and what are the consequences of such alienation for the abused child as well as for the abused parent.
Also, prof. Harman explains the differences between the abusive parent and the abused parent, their psychological profiles, and what psychological treatments exist to get the child back to his or her once beloved and now abused and alienated parent. I am grateful that Prof. Herman agreed to this interview and gave an insight into the actual alienation of children from their parents, clearly stating why it is a form of domestic violence in which there is only one perpetrator and all others are victims – both alienated children and abused and alienated parent.
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I apologize to the viewers for the interference in the last part of the interview caused by technical problems. Also, the interview was interrupted unexpectedly for the same reasons, and prof. Harman and I could no longer finish it.
Anyway, I left the interview in the original, as it was recorded, from beginning to end, because the most important thing is to hear what prof. Herman has to explain. Thank you for your understanding.
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