Monthly Archives: November 2014

Interviews

I am conducting interviews as one of several methods of data collection for the Mothers Apart Project. ┬áThis is a community based action research project in which I look to members of the community to inform the planning and development … Continue reading

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Maternal Alienation

Australian researcher, Anne Morris, originated the concept of maternal alienation (MA) during her research with women survivors of domestic violence and abuse (DVA) and mothers of child sex abuse (CSA). Morris defined this as the phenomenon of children being alienated … Continue reading

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Childless Mother

This brief account of maternal alienation from Juno’s Ramblings mirrors the experience of thousands of mothers whose relationship with their children has been targeted by their abuser. Let me say to you that you are not alone – it is … Continue reading

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Blogging 101: say your name

Today’s blogging 101 task is to change your title and tagline or, if you like it, write about what inspired it. I am in the latter camp as the mothers apart project is the name of a community based action … Continue reading

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Blogging 101 Introduction

Hi, I’m Laura and I live in the UK. I’m a 2nd year PhD researcher conducting a community based action research project. I’m planning a training programme for professionals responding to mothers who have become, or are at risk of … Continue reading

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