The European Association of Parental Alienation Practitioners aims to further understanding around the problem of parental alienation for families and children at
policy and practice level across Europe.
The Association is made up of practitioners who are committed to the fundamental principles that underpin successful work with alienated children and their families and who are working together to understand, through practice and research, best practice in this field.
The Association affiliates its work with the Parental Alienation Studies Group, a worldwide collective of practitioners, researchers, commentators and parents who are active in this field.
EAPAP will provide:
Practice standards - basic commitment of an EAPAP practitioner:
Practice Standards – EAPAP commitment to alienated parents and children: