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Here is the 2018 and 2019 schedule of our guest speakers for our international support conference calls. These are our top experts in the world regarding alienation. We are extremely blessed to have these experts who give us their time, knowledge and support at no charge to any of us. These calls are extremely helpful to all alienated family members in understanding more, in helping you to get through the hell on earth of being alienated from our children and grandchildren and knowledge to deal with all aspects of those we have to deal with in this. These calls are for everyone all over the world. We at present have 30 countries participating in these calls.You may call in on a free conference line, Skype or download our desk top app to join our calls. Please make these calls a priority for you and your family members. You will be grateful you did. Thanks to all of you who are on these calls monthly. I have learned more in recent months how much they have helped you personally and look forward to these calls. Note too there will be no replays of these calls so be available on these dates and times. All calls are on Sunday at 8 PM EST and EDT. Thank you.
Sunday, August 5th Dr. Steven Miller
Sunday, September 9th Dr. John Killinger
Sunday, October 7th Dr. Mark Mosk
Sunday, November 4th "How to Cope with the Holidays"
Several of our experts will join us on this call
Sunday, December 9th Dr. Joshua Coleman
Sunday, January 6th Dr. J Michael Bone and Dr. Robert Evans
Sunday, February 10th Karen and Nick Woodall
Sunday, March 3rd Dr. William Bernet "Misinformation and Fake News Regarding Parental Alienation"
Sunday, April 7th Dr. Steven Miller
Sunday, May 5th Linda Gottlieb
Sunday, June 2nd Dr.Demosthenes Lorandos
Sunday, July 7th Brian Ludmer
Sunday, August 4th Dr. Amy Baker
Sunday, September 8th Dr. John Killenger
Sunday, October 6th Betsy Weubker
Sunday, November 3rd "How to Cope with the Holidays"
Several of our experts will join us on this call
Sunday, December 1st Dr. Joshua Coleman
PLEASE VISIT OUR PAGE FOR REVIEWS FROM PAST SEMINAR CALLS FROM SOME OF OUR CALLERS
Did you hear the story about the wolfs?
An old man sat with his grandchild in his lap.
He said to the child:
-Within us all two wolfs live who fight.
One is called love and courage,
the other one hate and fear.
His grandfather answers:
To not allow a child to love both his/her mother and father,
Without any justification,
To limit the time for contact,
To badmouth the mother or the father,
To make good memories into bad ones,
To reform the child´s thoughts,
THAT IS TO FEED HATE AND FEAR,
So that the child says: I do not want to have any contact with my mother/father.
To thus make a formerly loved parent to an alien the child rejects with no regrets
can be seen as a simplified summary of what is called parental alienation.
This is what is on the agenda for three international conferences:
Stockholm August 24-25, 2018,
Oslo, August 29, 2018,
London August 30-31, 2018.
You can get information about the conferences via #PASG2018
Below you can see the program for the Stockholm Conference
Price: 4500 SEK= 476 Euro, 531 USD (including, two lunches and snacks)
The STOCKHOLM CONFERENCE #PASG2018
Day One, August 24: PARENTAL ALIENATION – WHAT IS IT?
William Bernet,M.D.,a forensic child psychiatrist, professor emeritus at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, the chair of the Parental Alienation Study Group (PASG), the editor of Parental Alienation, DSM-5 and ICD-11: The scientific foundation for parental alienation
Amy Baker, Ph.D. a research psychologist in New York, author of several empirical studies on parental alienation, author of Adult Children of Parental Alienation: What research says about parental alienation strategies and the harm done to children and families
William Fabricius, Ph.D., an associate professor in psychology, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Arizona State University, researching children´s mental and psychological health: Shared parenting time and the child ́s best interests
Nick Child, M.D., a child psychiatrist and family therapist in Edinburgh, Scotland, UK, campaigning to influence key people and raise the profile of parental alienation: Finding PA on a bigger map: Useful learning from wider perspectives
Steven Miller, M.D., holds degrees in psychology and medicine, for 30 years a clinical instructor at Harvard Medical School and presently he does consulting work through the Massachusetts Medical Education Group, LLC: When a child has a legitimate reason to reject a parent vs. parental alienation
Simona Vladica, Ph.D., a psychologist and authorized mediator in Bucharest, Romania, faculty member of the Universitatea Ecologica din Bucersti, head of Health Media Group: Parental Alienation - a form of severe psychological child abuse; implications in the decision-making of the courts on the exercise of parental authority"
Matej Zaplotnik, B.A., social pedagogy, a mental health professional who works with divorced families, director of Svetovalno izobrazevalni Center MIT (Counseling Education Center MIT): Parents ́ rights and responsibilities, experiences of parental alienation from Slovenia
Ryan Thomas, lecturer and coach based on his own experiences to have been reunited with his father when he was an adult, founder of Reconnect Academy, a 6 weeks on line program: Experiences of having been alienated as a child
Panel: Perceptions of Parental Alienation in the Nordic Countries
Day Two: PARENTAL ALIENATION – WHAT TO DO ABOUT IT?
Asuncion Tejedor Huerta, Ph.D., a forensic psychologist who has studied parental alienation in Spain, Columbia, Mexico, and taught courses for the Official College of Psychologists in Spain: What a knowledgeable expert witness can do
Ursula Kodjoe, M.A., a family therapist, mediator, and family court expert in Germany, where she has been one of them who developed the ”Cochem-model”: Consensus Model in Germany with interdisciplinary cooperation: early intervention as best prevention
Demosthenes Lorandos, Ph.D., J.D., a psychologist and attorney in Ann Arbor, Michigan, a member of the bar of the United States Supreme Court, has summarized parental alienation cases from Canada and the US: Foundation for cross examination of PA-critics
Ashish Joshi, J.D., an attorney in Ann Arbor, a member of the bar of the United States Supreme Court, State Bars of NY, Michigan, District of Columbia and Gujarat, India: Parental Alienation: An International Perspective - From “Gardner’s Theory” to Child Abuse
Olga Odinetz, Ph.D., a research scientist in health and environment, Paris, France, founder of ACALPA, Association Contre L´ Alienation Parentale, an organization educating parents and mental professionals: Training for French investigative police officers in family custody cases
Jennifer Harman, Ph.D., an associate professor of Social and Health Psychology at Colorado State University, co-authored Parents acting badly: How institutions and societies promote the alienation of children from their loving families: Parental alienation – What is done and what ought to be done about it?
Karen and Nick Woodall, founders of the Family Separation Clinic, London,U.K., authors of Parental Alienation: Learning to cope, helping to heal and putting children first, Karen is the founder of the European Association of Parental Alienation Practioners: Reunification work, experiences from London
Linda Gottlieb, LMFT, LCSW-R, a family therapist in Duchess County, New York, trained under Dr. Salvador Minuchin, faculty emeritus of the Minuchin Center for the Family, has developed Turning points, a reunification program: Taking a child down the memorial lane to reunite, a role-play
Panel: Parental Alienation what to do about it in the future?
Ronald Rohner, Ph.D. Professor Emeritus, University of Connecticut (see more below)
The Child ́s Fundamental Need of Love and Acceptance for a Healthy Development, a TED-talk will be shown both days in the lunch breaks.
Ronald P. Rohner, Executive Director and former President of ISIPAR (email@example.com), received the American Psychological Association Award for Distinguished Contributions to the International Advancement of Psychology. He also received the Outstanding International Psychologist Award from the USA for 2008, and the Henry David International Mentoring Award in 2017.
View Rohner’s TEDxUCONN talk “They Love Me, They Love Me Not— And Why It Matters” at www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ePXxeGrfvQ.