Parental Alienation Awareness Association

of Ireland


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A brief introduction

December 2013

The Parental Alienation Awareness Association of Ireland, PAAA, has been established to create an umbrella organisation that will promote and encourage the elimination of illegal Parental Alienation. Following the inspiration and help a few individuals, representatives from a number of support groups in Ireland and further afield, we established a working committee and in 2013 striving to promote the PAAA as a professional organisation.


The launching committee of PAAA broke away from the Parental Alienation Awareness Society International (PAASI), as we did not agree with their new constitution and management principles.

PAAA took notice of and agree with the rulings in many Superior Courts worldwide that:

  1. Any form of Parental Alienation is emotional abuse on the child

  2. Where the condition termed Parental Alienation Syndrome developed with a child, the child is at serious risk for the rest of his life – till old age

  3. The alienating parties and the child need professional help to overcome the Alienation

  4. Target parents need support
  5. The alienating parties need to be re-educated

  6. Re-offenders must be punished

  7. Children need protection from this form of serious abuse


PAAA is striving to educate professionals in all spheres to recognise PA / PAS, including, but not limited to:

  1. Judiciary

  2. Legal

  3. Psychological

  4. Medical

  5. Educational

  6. Social and Family

setting a minimum level of competence, acceptable by the Courts in Ireland, as is acceptable in the Courts in other similar jurisdictions.


PAAA is striving to build an association where members -


Membership of PAAA is open to everybody. No form of discrimination will ever be allowed.


This document is revised on 22 August 2014 and need to be revised before 31 December 2014

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