We are a team of clinicians, researchers, and advocates striving to make resources for victims of domestic violence that are being falsely accused of Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS). We aim to differentiate between true PAS and false accusations of it. We are fighting to prevent the misuse of this term, to safeguard victims and their children of the trauma of violence. We adopt a pro-victim approach that is supportive of victims, regardless of their identified gender, sexual orientation, race, or socioeconomic background. Victims may come from all walks of life, we reject the notion of blaming trauma on any one subgroup.
To provide accurate information for current victims of domestic violence and to understand how to best support you.
Dr. Robert T. Muller
Yarden Jordana Levy