Learn From and Engage with Mental Health, Legal, and Community Experts on Parental Alienation
Join Children 4 Tomorrow for our 4th Annual Symposium and learn about the roots of parental alienation, its assessment, treatment, and the backlash against it through denial and skepticism.
Child Abuse, Exposed.
Explore why children need protection from reckless, toxic parenting, regardless of how we label the parent's behavior
Learn why some children become trapped in a campaign of hatred toward a parent while others resist
Unearth the psychological child abuse that is taking place through assessment
Expose these roots of parental alienation to the courts in order to protect children
Professionals are Eligible for 8 Free Credit Hours of Continuing Education
8 CLEs - Legal professionals, judges & attorneys
8 CEUs - Mental Health providers (LSW, LMSW, LCSW, LPC, LMFT)
8 CPEs - Teachers & School Administrators (TEA Accredited)
A Conversation with Our Distinguished Panel Of Experts, Speaking and Taking Your Questions Live
Mark David Roseman, Ph.D.
Jayna Haney, MS, LPC
Clinical Director & Therapist
Alienated Parent & Educator
Michael Hiller, J.D.
Family Law Attorney & Consultant
A. Michelle Jones, LCSW
Therapist, Evaluator & Advocate
Stephen Morrison, Ph.D.
Researcher, Writer & Lecturer
Daniel Fox, Ph.D.
Psychologist, Speaker & Author
Tom King, J.D.
Family Law Attorney & Mediator
Petra Deeter, Ph.D.
Alienated Child & Advocate
Founder, CEO & Author
Register Now to Join us Friday, October 29th from 8 am - 5 pm, Central Time
Our Symposium is offered free of charge and open to all professionals in public health sectors, protective services, mental and behavioral health providers and practitioners, attorneys and judges, parents, families, advocates, and survivors.
Children 4 Tomorrow is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, established in 2009 and based in Houston, Texas, to protect children, support families and train professionals. It is a focused solution organization that aims to break the generational cycle of domestic violence, psychological abuse, toxic stress and ongoing trauma by addressing root causes that adversely affect children. The organization raises awareness and increases knowledge of psychological child abuse through many of its multi-disciplinary interventions. One of its unique programs is CFAT (Conflict Families Assessment & Treatment) for families that have been in and out of courts for years, doing the same things and getting the same results with children being put in the middle of the damaging chaos.