DadsDivorce Live: Long-Term Effects of Parental Alienation editor Matt Allen interviews Dr. Amy Baker on the long-term effects parental alienation has on children as they grow older.

Baker, who is one of the featured speakers at the upcoming Canadian Symposium for Parental Alienation Syndrome, reviews some of the major findings from her research on “adult children” of parental alienation syndrome. She also describes a school-based program to help children resist the pressure to choose one parent over the other, which is based on these research findings.

The conference, titled “Parental Alienation Syndrome: Past Present and Future,” is taking place in New York City on Oct. 2 and 3 and is open to the general public.

As a bonus to readers, the first 20 people to e-mail with your contact information will receive a free ticket to the conference.

Visit the CSPAS website for more information on the parental alienation conference. Listen to the podcast for the full parental alienation interview.



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