Parental Alienation Syndrome: Power And Mind Control In PAS

Reports from the Canadian Symposium For Parental Alienation Syndrome
Vol. 3  Dr. Glenn Ross Caddy “How Does Power Come Into Play With PAS?”

Feelings of powerlessness and a desire to regain power often lead the alienator to use any means necessary to control those whom they blame for their loss of control. Mind control and other forms of manipulation are particularly dangerous when practiced on the still-developing mind of a child.

Clinical and Forensic Psychologist, Dr. Glenn Ross Caddy, explains the psychology behind the alienator’s behavior, their methods of brainwashing and alienating, and the reasons that they must be dealt with specifically as this very particular form of abuser both in and out of the courtroom.

Watch the interview following the jump.
 

Dr. Caddy is a licensed Clinical and Forensic Psychologist in the State of Florida and the State of New South Wales, in Australia. He holds Diplomate and/or Fellowship status within the American Board of Clinical Psychology, the Behavior Therapy and Research Society, the International Academy of Behavioral Medicine, the American Academy of Clinical Psychology, the American Academy of Forensic Examiners, the International Academy of Eclectic Psychotherapy, and the American Board of Sexology. He is a member of the American Psychological Association, the American Association of Cognitive and Behavioral Therapy, and a member of both the Colleges of Clinical and Forensic Psychology of the Australian Psychological Society.
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