17 primary parental alienation strategies fall into five general categories:

17 primary parental alienation strategies fall into five general categories:

17 primary parental alienation strategies fall into five general categories:

(1) poisonous messages to the child about the targeted parent in which he or she is portrayed as unloving, unsafe, and unavailable;

(2) limiting contact and communication between the child and the targeted parent;

(3) erasing and replacing the targeted parent in the heart and mind of the child;

(4) encouraging the child to betray the targeted parent’s trust;

(5) undermining the authority of the targeted parent.

Taken together these parental alienation strategies foster conflict and psychological distance between the child and the targeted parent.

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