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Children 4 Tomorrow - 5th Annual Symposium 2024

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An Inside Look at Parental Alienation

What we need to know about psychological child abuse, a.k.a. "parental alienation"

Please join Children 4 Tomorrow on April 26, 2024 for the 5th Annual Symposium 2024 to get a better understanding about why a child would refuse contacting a parent after having a good relationship with that parent prior to the family separating, going through a divorce, or during custody proceedings. This can be very puzzling and often produces a lot of anger, frustration, blaming and court proceedings that goes on among parents, grandparents, and professionals. Usually, the blame is focused on one parent rather than looking at specific behaviors and how to correct them. Children 4 Tomorrow's 5th Annual Symposium will present an inside look at the family dynamics that will open your eyes and give a better understanding and education on the topic of psychological child abuse otherwise known as "parental alienation." Understanding the source of the problem is critical if you are an attorney, judge, mental health professional, or part of the school system. There is a technique that detects, seperates, and identifies the nature of what is going on in high conflict families that everyone needs to recognize. There is an urgency for corrective actions that must take place to make changes in these families so that children can become healthy adults or this cycle will continue.

When: April 26, 2024

Where: Webinar (Live via Zoom)

Time: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm (Central Time)


Phone: Children 4 Tomorrow (713) 660-0760

Email: dwilenelindsey@children4tomorrow.org


8 CEUs - Mental Health (LSW, LMSW, LSCW, LPC, LMFT)

8 CLEs - Legal (Judges & Attorneys)

8 CPEs - Teachers & Schools Administrators (TEA Accredited)


Keynote Speaker: Shawn Wygant, PsyD, MA, TLLP - Who needs to be Trained in PA & Why?

Speaker: Rod McCall - Death, Depression, & Drugs: Results of High Conflict Divorce in Children

Speaker: Dr. Stephen Morrison, PhD. - A Solution for the Family Courts: Seeing the Unseen Issues of PA

Speaker: Shanea Carrington, MSW - Intern - Unlocking Opportunities: The Significance of an Internship

Speaker: Dr. Alan Blotcky, PhD - Understanding "Parental Alienation" - Diagnosis and Treatment

Speaker: Suzanne Radcliffe, JD, Former Judge

Speaker: Dana Laquidara - Author - "Parental Alienation: The Child's Experience"

Speaker: Ryan Blue - Attorney: How to Litigate a PA Case?

Speaker: Ben Rodgers - Child Psychological Abuse Awareness and Prevention

Speaker: Jayna Haney, MS, LPC - Understanding Grief in Divorces and Consequences in Disordered Mourning

Speaker: John Brownlee, MA AAMFT - Yes, Betrayal and Grief

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