New York Conference – The Loss of a Parent to the Child And the Loss of the Child to the Parent: Investigation of Relocation, Parental Alienation, and Parental Child Abduction



Conference Invitation-Flyer February 2016

I will be participating in a conference in New York this February 26, 2016 at the Washington Square Institute. The conference is being sponsored by the Family Law and Family Forensics Training Program, an interdisciplinary program for attorneys, judges, and mental health professionals founded by Linda Gunsberg.

The conference will be an opportunity to bring together the legal and psychological contexts of parental child abduction, parental alienation, and relocations that separate children from parents.

The participants will include Philip Stahl, Helen Sturm, Linda Gunsberg, Melissa Fenton, Colin Jones, Samuel Lui, Ellen B.Holtzman, and Brian Prager.

The topics will include these:
Complexities of Relocation in Separation and Divorce; Relocation from the Judicial Perspective; Parental Alienation: Clinical Issues; Resilience in the Face of Parental Alienation; Family Law for Whom? Why Japan is Different; Dead Dad Walking: Moving on in Life without Your Child Who Depended on You; and, Erasure of the Father: Coercive Practices, Corrosive Effects in Japanese International Parental Child Abduction.

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Clink on the image to see the full program

Click on the flyer image or on the link at the top of the post to see the full program. And please come if you can, learn, show support, and join in the discussion.


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