One of our primary aim’s is to provide support for all those affected by Parental Alienation.
Parental Alienation not only has detrimental affects on the mental health of affected children, but also on the targeted parent. And all too often the family of the targeted parent are also alienated from the children too.
A targeted family member, be a parent, grandparent, aunt or uncle who has been alienated against a child will experience feelings of grief and loss.
First of all, realise that you are not alone. There are an incalculable number of alienated family members out there.
Amongst our team are parents affected by parental alienation and amongst them, qualified mental health professionals.*
As a movement our aim is to provide support and/or advice in a number of ways:
Our Blog – Please read our blog here, to realise you are not alone. The majority of our posts are written by our team. These posts are a collection of personal experiences and evidence based arguments for reform.
Contributory Writers – Anyone is welcome to contribute to our blog. Many people find that writing about battling and coping with parental alienation empowering and cathartic. See here for full details.
Our Forum – No software needed, and you can post anonymously if you wish. Click here to go to our Peace Not Pas Forum.
Email – See here for details of how to contact us directly via email.
[*Any and all advice given on this website and all other connected outlets of the named brand is given in good faith as experience-based and professional opinion or comment only. Peace Not PAS accepts no liability nor responsibility for the use or misuse of any information or views given or shared via any of its outlets.]
Some may find the following organisations helpful:
Childline (0800 1111) runs a helpline for children and young people in the UK. Calls are free and the number won’t show up on your phone bill.
PAPYRUS (0800 068 41 41) is a voluntary organisation supporting teenagers and young adults who are feeling suicidal.
Depression Alliance is a charity for people with depression. Although it doesn’t have a helpline, it does however offer a wide range of useful resources and links to other relevant information.
Bullying UK is a website for both children and adults affected by bullying.
NSPCC helpline (0808 800 5000), if you are worried about a child. The NSPCC is the UK’s leading children’s charity.
Samaritans Helpline – (116 123). Confidential help and support.