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Identifying and Differentiating Parental Alienation from Estrangement by using the themes that alienators use

Monday, July 13th 2020
1:00 PM EDT

Presenter: Dr. Abe Worenklein

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420 minutes

Learning Objectives:
  1. Differentiating estrangement from alienation
  2. Identifying the themes that alienators use and asking the children/adolescents based on them
  3. Identifying the future effects on such children as they grow up and have their own children as adults
  4. Identifying the long term effects in terms of their own personal lives and those of their own children
  5. Describing Grandparental Alienation discussion
Agenda:

See above

Resources will also be presented as will be references to different means for reuniting the child with the alienated parent or grandparent.

Psycho-Legal Assessments to determine whether PAS or Estrangements has been  taken place including different methods to evaluate the child

Resources for further study:
Participants will be advised of books that go into depth as to the themes used by alienators and how to pinpoint them
Bibliography

This webinar offers 7 NYS ED Contact Hours

This two part, two part half day workshop will take place on:

  • Monday, July 13, 2020 1:00 PM -430 PM EST
  • Tuesday, July 14, 2020 1:00 PM -430 PM EST

There is an increasing amount of divorces that lead to the children being alienated from a parent. Unfortunately, religion is sometimes used by an alienating parent as an excuse to distance the child from the other parent even though the child or adolescent had a close relationship with each parent before the separation. One needs to recognize that the child's self-esteem can also be adversely affected in that the child is a product of both parents. The workshop will go into detail regarding how PAS leads to very significant problems later on in childhood and adolescence.

Participants in this workshop will learn:

  • Differentiating between parental estrangement  and parental alienation with case studies 
  • The themes that alienators use and questions to be asked of the alienating parent
  • Short and Long term effects of PAS on victims as they grow into adulthood
  • Questions that are to be asked of children who have been alienated
  • Custody Evaluations tools that are to be used in a comprehensive custody assessment when PAS has been raised
  • The short and long term effects of PAS will be discussed
Learning Objectives:
  1. Differentiating estrangement from alienation
  2. Identifying the themes that alienators use and asking the children/adolescents based on them
  3. Identifying the future effects on such children as they grow up and have their own children as adults
  4. Identifying the long term effects in terms of their own personal lives and those of their own children
  5. Describing Grandparental Alienation discussion
Agenda:

See above

Resources will also be presented as will be references to different means for reuniting the child with the alienated parent or grandparent.

Psycho-Legal Assessments to determine whether PAS or Estrangements has been  taken place including different methods to evaluate the child

Resources for further study:
Participants will be advised of books that go into depth as to the themes used by alienators and how to pinpoint them
Bibliography

  • NEFESH International is recognized by the New York State Education Department's State Board for Mental Health Practitioners as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed mental health counselors. #MHC-0082
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