I am sometimes asked to provide professional consultation reports on materials submitted to me for review. In one of these consultation reports I recently described treatment-related considerations surrounding the resolution of a cross-generational coalition of the child with one parent (the allied and supposedly “favored parent”) against the other parent (the targeted-rejected parent).
These treatment-related considerations are based in established principles and models of psychotherapy, and I thought that they may be of broader general interest to targeted parents and other professionals.
I have therefore excised this general-description section of my consultation report and posted a version of it on my website:
Craig Childress, Psy.D.
Clinical Psychologist, PSY 18857