Marlo Van Oorschot’s Radio Interview on Parental Alienation

Parental Alienation, also known as targeting parenting, is often a significant issue in a parenting dispute.  The parent who is being alienated, or targeted, must take swift legal action to thwart such destructive parenting.  The parent engaging in such behavior must work to understand their role in the creation of a loyalty conflict for the child and the damage to the child as a result.  Most parents believe they are acting in the best interest of the child, but this is not always the case.  This program discusses the legal, emotional and mental health issues raised by this family dynamic and provides guidance to recognize when such behavior is occurring in the family.

You can listen to the entire interview (about one hour) by clicking on the play button below.