PASG 2019 conference

Thu, September 12 2019, 8:30 AM - Sat, September 14 2019, 5:00 PM [EDT]

4509 Island Avenue, Philadelphia, PA, 19153, United States

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Thu, September 12 2019, 8:30 AM - Sat, September 14 2019, 5:00 PM [EDT]

About the Event

Parental Alienation Study Group, Inc. (PASG) is an international, not-for-profit organization. PASG has plus 500 members – mostly mental health and legal professionals – from 51 countries. The members of PASG are interested in educating the general public, mental health clinicians, forensic practitioners, attorneys, and judges regarding parental alienation. PASG members are also interested in developing and promoting research on the causes, evaluation, prevention, and treatment of Parental Alienation. 

 

Since 2017, PASG is organizing a yearly conference in order to bring their members together, organize educational sessions, plenary sessions, etc. In 2017, a 3-day conference has been held in Washington DC. 2018, our second PASG conference took place in Stockholm. 

 

More information about PASG could be found at https://pasg.info/

 

In 2019 a new 3 day conference will be organized, starting on Thursday September 12, till Saturday September 14. 
This year, we aim to open the conference not only to members of PASG, but also to the public.

 

This 3-day conference is intended for mental health professionals, legal practitioners, child advocates, researchers, and parents and grandparents who have an interest in parental alienation.  Our mission is to be the definitive, comprehensive, international forum for the discussion of parental alienation, high-conflict families, and related topics. 

 

Please find all registration details on this page.

** An early bird discount is available till May 31th, please use PASG2019EB while registering as a discount code.**

** It's time to register now **

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Currently, the 3 day program is 90% ready and available on this page under the sessions section. Some small changes may occur.

 

Sponsorship inquiry is still available

Hotel rooms, breakfast and/or dinner should be booked seperately:

Therefore we negotiated a discount on hotel rooms ($139) at the DoubleTree venue, please use this link to book your rooms: Click here

(we agreed the same rate from 3 days before, till 3 days after the conference - just change the dates on the hotel form) 

 

Hope to see you all,
Kind regards,

PASG 2019 Executive committee

 

William Bernet M.D. Amy Baker Tom Janssen
Professor Emeritus, Department of Psychiatry   Director of Research    Chairman Technology committee  
Vanderbilt University School of Medicine     

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About the Organizer

Parental Alienation Study Group, Inc. (PASG), is an international, not-for-profit corporation. PASG has 500 members – mostly mental health and legal professionals – from 52 countries. The members of PASG are interested in educating the general public, mental health clinicians, forensic practitioners, attorneys, and judges regarding parental alienation. PASG members are also interested in developing and promoting research on the causes, evaluation, prevention, and treatment of parental alienation.

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Event Speakers

Is founder and director of the Megged School. He is a social worker by training, a certified family therapist and instructor and also practices therapeutic (healing) storytelling. Mr. Megged was a lifelong student of the late Amnon Ben-Zvi and some of the pioneers of family therapy in the United States and Israel, such as: Ivan Boszormenyi-Nagy, Harry Aponte, Dr. Susanna Bullrich, Dr. Daniel Gottlieb, Judith Grinbaum and Dr. David Schnarch.

Amy J. L. Baker, Ph.D
Researcher, expert, author, and coach in parental alienation

Dr. Baker has a Ph.D. in developmental psychology from Teachers College of Columbia University. She is the director of research at the Vincent J. Fontana Center for Child Protection at the New York Foundling. She is the author of Adult Children of Parental Alienation Syndrome: Breaking the ties that Bind (WW Norton) and author or co-author of more than 60 peer reviewed articles on parent-child relationships.

https://www.amyjlbaker.com/

Amy Van Gunst has the kind of experience, both in life and with clients, that allows her to help individuals and couples deal with a wide range of issues. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor providing individual, group, and marital therapy. She also provides court-related services and parenting time services. She has been the Executive Coordinator of the Fountain Hill Center since 1994.

Anna Tivade, MSW
Founder, Consultant PASA-NJ Parental Alienation Support & Awareness NJ

PASA-NJ's mission is to promote education and awareness. We meet monthly in mutual support group settings across NJ and provide educational programs. Our goal is to eradicate Parental Alienation by educating the public and supporting those who are in the throes of it.

www.pasanj.org
Ashish Joshi, J.D.,
Owner, Joshi: attorneys + counselors

Ashish S. Joshi is the Managing Partner and a trial lawyer at Joshi, attorneys + counselors. Mr. Joshi has been admitted to the Bar of the Supreme Court of the United States, State Bars of New York, Michigan, District of Columbia, and Gujarat, India.

https://www.joshiattorneys.com

Dr. Ben W Burgess, PHD is a Psychologist primarily located in Grand Haven, MI

Brian Ludmer is a Canadian attorney whose practice focuses on cases involving high conflict custody battles, denial of parenting time and parental alienation, as well as high net worth financial disputes. He is also a business and securities law attorney with over 32 years of experience. Brian is the Legal Column Editor and Writer for the bi-monthly newsletter of the Parental Alienation Study Group.

http://www.ludmerlaw.com
Catherine MacWillie
Child Custody and Divorce Coach

33 years experience dealing with Family Law. First responder to child abuse investigations. Ten years research into cause and effect of Family Law. Last nine years as a Child Custody and Divorce Coach. Clients all over the United States and internationally. Frequent presenter on Court, Crime and Parental Alienation, Parallel Parenting etc. Member of the Parental Alienation Study Group. Advisor to ISNAF. Prior Board member PAAO International. Past president SPAC. Member of LAWPOA. Member of IPA.

http://www.custodycalculations.com/
Cindy Hirsch
CEO International Support Network for Alienated Families

Cindy Hirsch, a family advocate in Los Angeles and CEO of ISNAF, a nonprofit organization providing support, education, awareness, and advocacy for families affected by parental alienation

https://isnaf.info
Colleen Murray, PhD, LPC, NCC
Licensed Professional Counselor, PhD, LPC

I am passionate about helping people who are hurting. I believe that it is a true privilege when a client comes to me and allows me to walk alongside them during this most vulnerable time in their life. During their intake I relay to my clients how much I appreciate them choosing to counsel and that I believe that being a their counselor is a privilege.

Cory is an Eagle Scout who graduated from the United States Senate Page School in Washington, D.C. in 2006, and then returned to South Adams High School in Berne to graduate in 2007.

https://sprungerandsprunger.com/attorneys/cory-sprunger/
David Curl, Ph. D.
Film-maker & CEO, For Kids Sake

With an MA from Oxford and PhD from Monash University, David Curl is a scientist and internationally acclaimed film-maker whose films have reached over 100 million viewers in 50 countries. As CEO of the non-profit For Kids Sake, he is overseeing a social impact campaign to transform our approach to family separation and producing films and TV ads that highlight and address the risks to children of our current systems.

Demosthenes Lorandos, Ph.D., J.D.
Forensic psychologist & Litigator

Dr. Lorandos received his B.A. in Psychology from San Francisco State University. He attended the New School for Social Research in New York City, studying the principles and methodology of science. He has also published three books: Cross-Examining Experts in the Behavioral Sciences (co-authored with Dr. Terence Campbell); Benchbook in the Behavioral Sciences: Psychiatry – Psychology – Social Work and The International Handbook of Parental Alienation Syndrome – Conceptual.

http://www.falsely-accused.net
Ginger Gentile
Film Director

inger Gentile is an advocate and documentary filmmaker dedicated to addressing ignored global issues and shedding light on solutions. With her soon-to-be-released film, ERASING FAMILY, she is exposing the trauma children suffer when a loving parent is erased by the divorce courts, a problem that affects over 22 million families in the US alone.

https://www.gingergentile.com/

Jennifer Jill Harman, Ph.D. received her doctorate in Social Psychology from the University of Connecticut in 2005, and specializes in the study of intimate relationships. She also has two masters degrees from Teacher's College, Columbia University in psychological counseling, and served as a family and substance abuse counselor for several years prior to her entry into academia. She is currently an associate professor of psychology at Colorado State University.

http://jenniferjillharman.com/
Joani Kloth Zanard, MFT
ADA Advocate and Consultant

Joan has a Masters Magna Cum Laude in Marriage and Family Therapy, a BS in Health and Psychology with a Minor in Business which includes extensive training and certification in Reunification Therapy and work with children. She also is a Guardian Ad Litem and Certified as a Recovery Support Specialist and in ABI. Presently, she runs and manages a nonprofit with over 40 chapters around the world.

www.pas-intervenstions.com
Joe Rabiega, LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor, LPCS

Everyone faces struggles (both small and large) throughout their life. Most times, we do just fine working through these challenging times on our own. However, there are times when sadness, depression, anxiety, or other emotional factors weigh on us and make our struggles unbearable. Therapy allows for you to face these types of struggles in a safe place in order to restore courage and increase confidence in your ability to be yourself again.

Co-Chair of the Council on Contemporary Families and is also a psychologist in private practice in the San Francisco Bay Area. He is the author of numerous articles and chapters and has written four books: When Parents Hurt: Compassionate Strategies When You and Your Grown Child Don't Get Along (HarperCollins);The Marriage Makeover: Finding Happiness in Imperfect Harmony (St. Martin's Press); and many others.

Karen Woodall
Lead therapist at the Family Separation Clinic

Karen Woodall is a specialist in working with high conflict divorce and separation and its impact on children. She is a psychotherapist with over twenty years experience in working with parents and children affected by family separation. Karen is an internationally recognised expert on children’s post separation rejecting behaviours and the phenomenon of the alienated child.

https://www.karenwoodall.com/

A native Arizonan, Dr. Butler began her journey as a junior high teacher where she enjoyed interacting with teens as they worked through difficult and exciting life changes. Dr. Butler then transitioned to the legal field where she earned her JD at ASU’s Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law. After practicing law in Arizona she began a study of psychology where she found the perfect fit for her blend of warmth, relatability and keen analytical perspectives.

https://verdanthope.com/
Kristine Turner, MSW, JD
Clinical Psychologist

New Beginnings offers the Court Ordered parenting after divorce seminars, on-line parenting classes, therapy, and divorce mediation. New Beginnings Media handles the radio show, books, and videos.

Linda Gottleib, LMFT, LCSW
Family Therapist and Parental Alienation Specialist

Linda has had 40+ years education and experience providing clinical treatment services to families of all compositions, orientations, and in all developmental stages. She has treated the wide spectrum of problems, issues, and dysfunctional family interactional patterns that are challenging for families.

Lisa Rothfus, LCSW
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW

I specialize in working with individuals, couples, adolescents, and families on issues such as divorce, Collaborative Divorce, writing Parenting Plans for Pro- Se divorces, Co-parenting issues before and after divorce, Alienation and Reunification therapy, coaching parents going through Alienation issues, parenting issues with adolescents, clients with depression, anxiety, eating disorders, or ADHD. In addition I work as a private Guardian Ad Litem, and a Parent Coordinator/Facilitator.

Loretta Maase, MA, LPC, NCC
Psychotherapist, family therapist, Certified DBT Therapist, and CBT therapist,

Are you struggling with grief, anger, anxiety, or depression following a major life change? Or struggling with conflict with your co-parent, spouse, or partner? What is successful parenting and co-parenting? In a warm and caring environment, I help parents and (divorced) co-parents: create a partnership where the goal is raising healthy, well-adjusted, stable children; communicate in a non-blaming way; focus on the children, and not each other; focus on the present, and not the past.

https://www.parentrise.com/
Mandy Mathewson, Ph.D.
Senior Lecturer in Psychology

Dr Mandy Matthewson is a senior lecturer in psychology. She is also a practising clinical psychologist in private practice. Dr Matthewson is interested in the fields of family relationships, family violence and parental alienation.

http://www.utas.edu.au/profiles/staff/health/Mandy-Matthewson

Mary Alvarez, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist in private practice. Her office is located in the Friendswood/Clear Lake area of Houston, Texas. Dr. Alvarez has been in private practice since 1995 and her practice is both clinical and forensic in nature.

http://www.drmaryalvarez.com/
Nick Woodall
Family separation practitioner, writer and parental alienation specialist.

I am a psychotherapist and hold an MA (Hons) in psychodynamic, psychoanalytic and relational psychoanalytic counselling.* I am also a therapeutic mediator, accredited by the School of Psychotherapy & Counselling Psychology, Regents University. I am a partner at the Family Separation Clinic. I have worked with families experiencing divorce or separation since 1999 and co-founded the Family Separation Clinic in 2010, having previously worked at the Centre for Separated Families.

https://www.familyseparationclinic.com
Randy Flood, MA, LLP
Limited Licensed Psychologist and MA in Counseling Psychology

Randy Flood is credentialed as a Limited Licensed Psychologist and holds an MA in Counseling Psychology. He has provided specialized evaluation and counseling services for men since 1992.

A Certified Family Law Specialist practicing Family Law in California since 1997 Our law office is dedicated to providing professional and superior legal services for individuals going through divorce, legal separation, child paternity actions, and domestic violence. With a specialty in complex litigation, we strive to provide our clients with quality legal services aimed at achieving the best results for our clients.

https://familylawconcerns.com/

Dr. Robert DiCarlo received his doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Northern Arizona University and completed over 4,000 hours of pre- and post-doctoral training in forensic psychology. He has over a decade of experience working both within the public and private behavioral health sectors with individuals with serious mental illness, dual-diagnosis, substance use disorders, and personality disorders.

https://www.drrobertdicarlo.com/classes
Shawn Wygant, MA, TLLP
Forensic Psychology Associate & Clinical Therapist

Mr. Wygant is a highly skilled and dedicated forensic psychological evaluator, clinical therapist, and expert witness with demonstrated success in providing expert analysis of high-conflict family law cases and implementing effective treatment plans for clients with varying mental health concerns. He has an exemplary understanding of the nature of parent-child relational problems that arise within the context of high-conflict divorces.

http://www.PsychLaw.net

Sandra Moon Dancer is an internationally acclaimed shamanic energy medicine teacher, inspirational speaker and energy healer with over thirty years experience in healing and health care communities. She founded the Centre of Circle Wisdom in 2003 as a progressive community space designed for individuals and families to connect with their spiritual path and Mother Earth.

http://www.circlewisdom.ca/

Dr. Miller has degrees in both Psychology and Medicine from Brown University and did residency training at Brown University and Harvard Medical School. For more than 30 years he was on the teaching faculty at Harvard Medical School. He is board certified in both Internal Medicine and Emergency Medicine; in addition, he has many years of experience practicing Behavioral Medicine -- a specialty that focuses on the interface between medicine and psychology.

Walter Camos, MS, LPC, NBCCH
Licensed Professional Counselor, MS, LPC, NBCCH

Offering individual, couples, and family counseling, psychotherapy, and hypnotherapy services to adults and adolescents. In collaboration, we will define and explore presenting problems that may be inhibiting personal growth, level of functioning, and/or overall wellbeing. Goals shall be formulated and a plan for achieving these goals established.

http://www.camostherapy.com/
William Bernet, M.D.
Professor Emeritus, Vanderbilt University

William Bernet, M.D., is a professor emeritus at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. As an expert in forensic psychiatry, Dr. Bernet has testified about 300 times in 24 states. Dr. Bernet was the founder and first president of the Parental Alienation Study Group.

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Event Schedule

  • September 12, 2019
  • September 13, 2019
  • September 14, 2019
08:30 AM
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09:00 AM

Registration

Independence Ballroom

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Registration for the 3 day conference audience

09:00 AM
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09:15 AM

Welcome and some practical information

Independence Ballroom

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Welcome at day 1

William Bernet, M.D.

09:15 AM
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10:00 AM

Parental alienation: Here we are. How did we get here?

Independence Ballroom

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William Bernet, M.D.

10:00 AM
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10:20 AM

AM break

Independence Foyer

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10:20 AM
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11:00 AM

Parental alienation and science: The big picture

Independence Ballroom

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Amy J. L. Baker, Ph.D

11:15 AM
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11:50 AM

Parental alienation: What to do about it!

Independence Ballroom

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Linda Gottleib, LMFT, LCSW

11:50 AM
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12:30 PM

Parental alienation doesn’t always make sense

Independence Ballroom

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Steve Miller, M.D.

12:30 PM
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01:30 PM
02:00 PM
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02:45 PM

Parental alienation and the law: The legal landscape and pitfalls

Independence Ballroom

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Ashish Joshi, J.D.,

03:15 PM
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03:40 PM

PM break

Independence Foyer

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03:45 PM
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04:30 PM

Panel discussion

Independence Ballroom

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04:45 PM
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05:00 PM

Closing - Day 1

Independence Ballroom

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09:00 AM
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09:15 AM

Welcome day 2

Independence Ballroom C

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Welcome on day 2

09:15 AM
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10:00 AM
Track : Day 2: Research Track

Video presentation of three studies in Tasmania

Independence Ballroom A

Mandy Mathewson, Ph.D.

Track : Day 2: Legal Track

First things first: It’s a MISTAKE to think like a lawyer when representing targeted parents

Independence Ballroom C

Steve Miller, M.D.

Ashish Joshi, J.D.,

Track : Day 2: Clinical Track

Panel: Crazy making issues in alienation that confound treatment and intervention

Liberty I & II

Randy Flood, MA, LLP

Ben W Burgess, Ph.D.

Shawn Wygant, MA, TLLP

Amy Van Gunst, MA, LPC, MDIV

Track : Day 2: Targeted Parents

The Four Bodies of Consciousness: Critical Awareness and the Importance of Balance for the Targeted Parent

Liberty III & IV

Sandra Moon Dancer B.Sc., M.H.Sc.

10:00 AM
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10:20 AM
Track : Day 2: Research Track

Research brief: Prevalence of PA

Independence Ballroom A

JENNIFER J. HARMAN, Ph.D

Track : Day 2: Legal Track

How to explain false abuse claims to judges

Independence Ballroom C

Ben W Burgess, Ph.D.

Shawn Wygant, MA, TLLP

10:00 AM
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10:45 AM
Track : Day 2: Clinical Track

Nipping alienation in the bud: wouldn’t it be loverly if we went out of business?

Liberty I & II

Walter Camos, MS, LPC, NBCCH

Track : Day 2: Targeted Parents

Shame: A powerful tool in the Alienator’s Toolbox

Liberty III & IV

10:20 AM
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10:45 AM
Track : Day 2: Research Track

Definitional Confusion

Independence Ballroom A

William Bernet, M.D.

Track : Day 2: Legal Track

Unique challenges for targeted parents: How attorneys can utilize parent coaching to help clients

Independence Ballroom C

Randy Flood, MA, LLP

10:45 AM
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11:00 AM
Track : Day 2: Research Track

AM break

Independence Foyer

Track : Day 2: Legal Track

AM break

Independence Foyer

Track : Day 2: Clinical Track

AM break

Independence Foyer

Track : Day 2: Targeted Parents

AM break

Independence Foyer

11:00 AM
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11:30 AM
Track : Day 2: Research Track

Research brief: Attitudes of abused children

Independence Ballroom A

Amy J. L. Baker, Ph.D

Steve Miller, M.D.

11:15 AM
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12:00 AM
Track : Day 2: Legal Track

How to manage children's counsel, child protection workers, police, parenting coordinators, therapists and children evaluators

Independence Ballroom C

Brian Ludmer

Track : Day 2: Clinical Track

Panel: Holding the Alienating Parent Accountable to the Court to Relinquish Alienating Behaviors: Imposing Time Limits

Liberty I & II

Joani Kloth Zanard, MFT

Amy Van Gunst, MA, LPC, MDIV

Linda Gottleib, LMFT, LCSW

Track : Day 2: Targeted Parents

Forgiveness: The key to a better tomorrow

Liberty III & IV

Chris Andexler

11:30 AM
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12:00 AM
Track : Day 2: Research Track

Panel discussion on pressing issues in the science of PA

Independence Ballroom A

JENNIFER J. HARMAN, Ph.D

Mary Alvarez, Ph.D.

Stephen Morrison, Ph.D.

12:05 PM
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Track : Day 2: Research Track

Research brief: Research activities for mild, moderate, and severe cases of PA

Independence Ballroom A

JENNIFER J. HARMAN, Ph.D

Kristine Turner, MSW, JD

Mary Alvarez, Ph.D.

Track : Day 2: Clinical Track

Stop believing the alienating parent: Making real change that sticks

Independence I & II

Amittai Megged, MFT

Track : Day 2: Targeted Parents

Legal Panel: Preparing your case and withstanding cross examination

Liberty III & IV

12:30 PM
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01:30 PM
Track : Day 2: Research Track

Lunch

Benjamins

Track : Day 2: Legal Track

Lunch

Benjamins

Track : Day 2: Clinical Track

Lunch

Benjamins

Track : Day 2: Targeted Parents

Lunch

Benjamins

01:30 PM
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Track : Day 2: Research Track

Passing a Daubert hearing: Dos and Don't

Independence Ballroom A

Demosthenes Lorandos, Ph.D., J.D.

Track : Day 2: Legal Track

Panel: Legal challenges in dealing with PA abroad

Independence Ballroom C

Track : Day 2: Clinical Track

Panel: Active ingredients in clinical interventions

Independence I & II

Nick Woodall

Colleen Murray, PhD, LPC, NCC

Robert DeCarlo, Ph.D

Kolette Butler, Ph. D

Track : Day 2: Targeted Parents

Attendance at the clinical track session on clinical approaches

Indepence III & IV

02:30 PM
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03:00 PM
Track : Day 2: Research Track

Research brief: Can alienating parents be identified from their emotion display?

Independence Ballroom A

Heleen Koppejan Luitze MSC

02:30 PM
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Track : Day 2: Legal Track

Unique challenges in representing children in high conflict and aligned families

Independence Ballroom C

Rebekah Frye, CFLS, LLM

Track : Day 2: Clinical Track

A new assessment tool

Liberty I & II

Lisa Rothfus, LCSW

Eric Rothfus

Loretta Maase, MA, LPC, NCC

Track : Day 2: Targeted Parents

Panel discussions by targeted parents

Indepence III & IV

03:00 PM
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03:30 PM
Track : Day 2: Research Track

Research Brief: Using the PARQ measure in PA research

Independence Ballroom A

Joani Kloth Zanard, MFT

03:30 PM
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03:50 PM
Track : Day 2: Research Track

PM break

Independence Foyer

Track : Day 2: Legal Track

PM break

Track : Day 2: Clinical Track

PM break

Independence Foyer

Track : Day 2: Targeted Parents

PM break

Independence Foyer

03:50 PM
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Track : Day 2: Research Track

Group discussion: Engaging the next generation of researchers and funders

Independence Ballroom A

Track : Day 2: Legal Track

Preparing to confront the adverse mental health professional(s)

Independence Ballroom C

Andrew Bossery, JD

Cory Sprunger

Track : Day 2: Clinical Track

Panel: Working with adult alienated children

Independence I & II

Karen Woodall

Joe Rabiega, LPC

Suzanne Spencer, JD

Track : Day 2: Targeted Parents

Group discussion about pressing issues for targeted parents

Independence III & IV

04:30 PM
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Track : Day 2: Legal Track

Brave new world: What a revamped family law system would look like

Independence Ballroom C

Catherine MacWillie

Track : Day 2: Clinical Track

Common clinical mistakes

Independence I & II

Joshua Coleman, Ph.D.

05:15 PM
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05:30 PM
Track : Day 2: Research Track

Closing - Day 2

Independence Ballroom A

Track : Day 2: Legal Track

Closing - Day 2

Independence Ballroom C

Track : Day 2: Clinical Track

Closing - Day 2

Independence I & II

Track : Day 2: Targeted Parents

Closing - Day 2

Independence III & IV

09:00 AM
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09:15 AM

Welcome day 3

Independence Ballroom

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Welcome on day 3

09:15 AM
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10:00 AM

Running support groups for targeted parents: Lessons learned

Independence Ballroom

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Anna Tivade, MSW

Cindy Hirsch

10:00 AM
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10:45 AM

Parental alienation in the US courts

Independence Ballroom

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Demosthenes Lorandos, Ph.D., J.D.

10:45 AM
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11:15 AM
11:15 AM
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12:15 PM

Panel - Parental alienation: International issues

Independence Ballroom

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12:10 PM
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02:30 PM

Panel: Historical highlights

Independence Ballroom

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William Bernet, M.D.

02:30 PM
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03:15 PM

Parental alienation and the media

Independence Ballroom

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Ginger Gentile

03:15 PM
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04:30 PM

Top ten strategies for addressing PA

Independence Ballroom

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David Curl, Ph. D.

04:30 PM
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05:00 PM

Closing

Indepence Ballroom

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