Parent Alienation is defined as a deliberate attempt by one parent to distance his or her children from the other parent. The motivation is to break the bond between the child and the other parent. It is very difficult for the alienated parent to overcome parent alienation. Rebuilding a relationship with an alienated child may seem remote or hopeless, but if no effort is made the chance of success is almost non-existent.
The following information was sent to me by firstname.lastname@example.org, announcing a symposium that deals with the subject. Other meeting dates are scheduled for various dates in the Fall;
The I Don’t Want to Choose Program will be operating in schools in Fall 2011. Information is available for those who want to learn more about this program that teaches middle school children how to resist the pressure to choose one parent over the other.
A symposium on parental alienation will be held in NYC on 10/2-3. Leaders in the field will be speaking. Legal and mental health professionals who are interested should contact me for potential complimentary registration. The first 25 people who contact me will receive free registration. IF YOU ARE PLANNING TO ATTEND, PLEASE RSVP TO ME. THANKS. (i.e. to Amyjbaker@aol.com)