ALIENATING BEHAVIORS ASSESSMENT: Are you being accused of parental alienation? Whether intentional or unintentional, parents can interfere with the relationship between children and their other parent. We can help assess if this is happening and provide counseling and/or education services to help you identify and correct any harmful attitudes or behaviors. This assessment, counseling, and/or education service is often used in court to demonstrate 1) the parent taking ownership of his or her role in contributing to contact problems between the child(ren) and the other parent. And 2) a corrective action plan for the parent to take a more supportive role in his/her child(ren)'s relationship with the other parent.