Parental Alienation – A Measuring Tool

8th September 2016 | By More

picHave you ever been so angry and frustrated about being alienated from your child(ren), that you wished there was a way to prove that Parental Alienation is actually real and happening in your life and use that proof to put a stop to it? Here is your chance to get your circumstances recorded anonymously and contribute to the development of such a tool.

Volunteers Needed: Research Study on Parental Alienation – A Measurement Tool

Click here to participate in this study.

Ms Gena Rowlands of Barry University School of Social Work, in Florida USA, is conducting a research study about Parental Alienation with the aim of creating a tool with which it can be identified (diagnosed) and measured. Volunteers are needed worldwide to participate in this groundbreaking research. If you are 18 years or older and a parent, please complete the survey.

You will be asked to complete a brief background questionnaire and 4 separate scales related to the study of parental alienation. It should take no longer than 30 minutes at the most. I completed the survey myself and found it very comprehensive and mindful of privacy.

Questions or concerns regarding the study or your participation can be directed to:
Ms Gena Rowlands at gena.rowlands@mymail.barry.edu or 561-523-0484
Dissertation Chair, Dr Sarah Lewis, PhD at slewis1@barry.edu or (305)899-3900
Institutional Review Board, Barbara Cook, at bcook@mymail.barry.edu or (305)899-3020

Start the survey

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Written by Sinta Ebersohn (creator of fairdivorce.co.za – Stellenbosch RSA)


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Category: Children, Mental, Parental Alienation, Perspectives, Spouse

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