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Below is the 2020 schedule and 2021 schedule of our guest speakers for our international seminar calls. These are some of our top experts and professionals in the world regarding alienation. We are extremely fortunate to have these experts and professionals who give us their time, knowledge and support at no charge to any of us. This is the ministry of Family Access - Fighting for Children's Rights. 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 also a huge asset to those in the mental health and legal professions as well as researchers, writers and child advocates who work in the field of alienation.These calls are for everyone all over the world. We at present have 39 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. The knowledge and support you get on these calls is phenomenal. You will be grateful you did.
Sunday, December 6th Ashish Joshi, LLM. "Enough Already! Suing for Damage$ to Make Alienators and their Enablers Pay"
Sunday, January 3rd Steven Miller, M.D.
Sunday, January 17th Loretta Maase, LPC-S
Sunday, February 7th J. Michael Bone, Ph.D Robert A. Evans, Ph.D
Sunday, March 7th Linda Gottlieb LMFT, LCSW-R
Sunday, March 21st Susan Heitler, Ph.D
Sunday, April 4th William Bernet, M.D.
Sunday, May 2nd Robert Hoffman, P.L.L.C.
Sunday, May 16th Jennifer Harman, Ph.D
Sunday, June 6th Mark Mosk, PhD
Sunday, July 11th Colleen Murray, Ph.D, LPC, NCC
Sunday, July 25th Lynn Steinberg, Ph.D, LMFT
Sunday, August 1st Amy Baker, Ph.D
Sunday, September 12th Rev. Dr. John Killinger
Sunday, October 3rd Ashish Joshi, LLM.
Sunday, November 7th "How to Cope with the Holidays"
(This call will feature several of our experts with information and support for this difficult time)
Sunday, December 5th Bill Eddy, LCSW, Esq.
"Enough Already! Suing for Damage$ to Make Alienators and their Enablers Pay"
On Sunday, December 6, 2020 from 8-10 PM EST, we will have our monthly international seminar call. Our guest speaker for this call will be Ashish Joshi.
These calls are of no charge to anyone on the initial call. This is a ministry of Family Access-Fighting for Children's Rights. We now have 39 countries participating on our calls with over 1,100 people attending. You have the option to call in on our audio conference line, audio skype or download our desk top app.
In a case involving parental alienation, the number one goal is to protect the child from the ongoing psychological abuse. But what do you do once the child’s wellbeing is safeguarded and the child is away from the toxic influence of the alienating parent? Or, as in some unfortunate but sadly not uncommon scenarios, the child is beyond the reach of the courts due to emancipation or other reason—what do you do then? It is very difficult if not impossible for courts to change the pathological mindset of an alienator, especially if the alienator has undiagnosed personality disorders. But what courts can do is to ensure that actions have consequences.
Parental alienating behaviors devastate a parent (or grandparent’s) relationship with the child. This loss of relationship often results in severe emotional distress, if not outright trauma for the rejected parent (or grandparents). In many cases the aggrieved & targeted parent (or grandparents) can bring a legal action seeking money damages for attorney fees, therapy costs, and ancillary litigation costs that he / they were compelled to spend to defend themselves against false allegations and to protect their relationship with the child. In addition, the targeted parent / grandparent can also sue for money damages to compensate them for the mental or emotional distress that they suffered due to parental alienation.
And it’s not just about making alienators pay for their behaviors. The professionals who enable alienation—intentionally or through gross negligence or reckless conduct—should face consequences for for their actions (or omissions). Guardians ad litem, minor’s counsel, child’s therapist, social workers...all are accountable to their respective rules of professional conduct and codes of ethics. Unless checked, these professionals will continue to do untold damage to countless families through their incompetence, negligence, or simply callous indifference.
Parental alienation is child abuse. And abusive behavior should neither be condoned nor excused. It’s time to make the alienators and their enablers PAY for their abusive actions. This presentation will discuss legal remedies that are available to targeted parents and grandparents when seeking redress and monetary damages for the severe financial and emotional distress that they have suffered due to parental alienation.
Ashish Joshi is the owner and managing partner of Joshi: Attorneys + Counselors. He serves as the lead counsel in high-stakes, complex family law and divorce cases. He has counseled and/or represented clients in state and federal courts across the United States and internationally, including in India, United Kingdom, Canada, Luxembourg, Japan, Hong Kong, British Virgin Islands, and China. Mr. Joshi has been admitted to the Bar of the Supreme Court of the United States, state bars of New York, Michigan, the District of Columbia, and Gujarat, India. Mr. Joshi serves as a senior editor of Litigation, the flagship journal of the ABA’s Section of Litigation, and on the advisory board of The Champion, the journal published by the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL). He is the author of the forthcoming book, Litigating Parental Alienation.
Each caller may submit 1 question that must be in relation to the subject of this call. Your complete info including question, can not be more than 3 sentences in order for it to be submitted. Deadline to submit your question is Tuesday, December 1, 2020. Deadline to register for this call is Sunday, December 6, 2020 no later than 5 PM EST. These are firm deadlines! To submit your question and/or register, please email email@example.com.
EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION IS NOW IN PROGRESS!!!
Early bird special now in progress. Other specials listed below as follows:
November 1, 2020 - January 31, 2021 Early Bird Special (non professionals) $239 (professionals) $339
February 1,2021 - April 30, 2021 Regular Price (non professionals) $289 (professionals) $389
* This pricing includes a complimentary hot breakfast every morning, 2 lunches and 1 dinner buffet** A dinner buffet will follow the Saturday presentations at 6 PM
** Following the dinner, there will be door prizes and a time to just relax and fellowship