Dr Sue Whitcombe

new profile (2)Who am I?  A proud mum of 3 amazing young people; a deeply reflective counselling psychologist; a lecturer, a researcher and trainer; a person bursting with passion for the  people & issues important to me. And as of 2nd October 2018 – a woman with cancer.

If you would like to find out more about the professional me, you can do so here.

If you would like to read my papers, you can find them here.

If you would like to add your comments to my reflections, you are most welcome to do so.

 

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  1. Dear Dr Whitcombe,
    Thank you very much for your research on parental alienation. I have just read your most recent paper, Understanding and addressing parental alienation for Children in Scotland. I agree with your distinction between allegations of and proved evidence of domestic violence you have made elsewhere. In your most recent article you state that when a child has been subject to abuse then refusal of a continued relationship is justifiable estrangement. I would be interested to know if you have considered this in any further detail elsewhere in your research i.e. the impact on children of abuse and your views on contact in these circumstances. Thank you once again for your thought-provoking article.

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