Pratiche per il trattamento dell’alienazione parentale, uno studio – Journal of Family Therapy (2017)

Recommendations for best practice in response to parental alienation: findings from a systematic review

Kate Templer (Psychologist, School of Medicine, Division of Psychology, University of Tasmania)
Mandy Matthewson  (School of Medicine, Division of Psychology, University of Tasmania, Australia. Email: Mandy.Matthewson@utas.edu.au)
Janet Haines (Clinical Psychologist, Salamanca Psychology, Hobart, Tasmania)
Georgina Cox (Research Fellow, University of Melbourne)

Journal of Family Therapy (2017) 39: 103–122
doi: 10.1111/1467-6427.12137

Riassunto – Lo studio è finalizzato ad una revisione sistematica della letteratura accademica relativa all’alienazione parentale per individuare le migliori pratiche per i terapeuti e i legali. Sono stati consultati i database di pubblicazioni Medline, Embase, PsycINFO Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials. Inclusi in questa revisione sono articoli di riviste peer review o libri in lingua inglese concernenti gli interventi legali o psicologici. Sono stati presi in considerazione dieci articoli. Le conclusioni sono che il cambio della collocazione dei figli alienati è efficace per il trattamento dell’alienazione. La terapia familiare è efficace nel reinstaurare le relazioni familiari e il funzionamento della famiglia. E’ importante l’approccio coordinato legale e psicologico.

Summary – This study aimed to systematically review the literature pertaining to parental alienation to determine best practice for therapists and legal practitioners. Medline, Embase, and PsycINFO academic databases, the Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials and conference abstracts were searched. Included articles were peer reviewed journal articles or books published in English pertaining to a psychological or legal intervention for parental alienation. Ten articles were included in the review.
It was found that changes in custodial or residential arrangements infavour of the targeted parent are effective in ameliorating parental alienation. Specialized family therapy addressing the alienation is effective inrestoring family relationships and family functioning. A coordinated approach from therapists and legal practitioners is important in resolving parental alienation.

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