FIRST INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF THE PARENTAL ALIENATION STUDY GROUP


Washington, D.C. – October 21-23, 2017



Parental Alienation Study Group



Mission Statement

Parental Alienation Study Group, Inc., (PASG) is an international, not-for-profit corporation. PASG has about 400 members – mostly mental health and legal professionals – from 43 countries. The members of PASG are interested in educating the general public, mental health clinicians, forensic practitioners, attorneys, and judges regarding parental alienation. PASG members are also interested in developing and promoting research on the causes, evaluation, prevention, and treatment of parental alienation.



Board of Directors of PASG

William Bernet, M.D., President Abe Worenklein, Ph.D., Secretary Demosthenes Lorandos, Ph.D., J.D., Treasurer Amy J. L. Baker, Ph.D. J. Michael Bone, Ph.D. Wilfrid von Boch-Galhau, M.D. Lena Hellblom Sjögren, Ph.D.


Program Committee for PASG2017

William Bernet, M.D., Chairperson Lena Hellblom Sjögren, Ph.D. – Day One Coordinator James S. Walker, Ph.D. – Day Two Coordinator Robert H. Ferrer – Day Two Coordinator Demosthenes Lorandos, Ph.D., J.D. – Day Three Coordinator Tom Janssen – Chairperson of PASG Technology Committee
Day One – Saturday, October 21, 2017 EDUCATION OF MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS AND THE GENERAL PUBLIC Coordinator for Day One: Lena Hellblom-Sjögren


8:00 William Bernet – Greetings, Orientation to the Conference

8:15 Lena Hellblom Sjögren – Welcome to Day One

8:30 Howie Dennison – “Ten Useful References for Increasing Parental Alienation Awareness”

9:15 Judith M. Pilla – “Say it So They’ll Listen: Persuade Professionals to ‘Get it Right’ about Parental Alienation”

10:00 COFFEE

10:30 Panel Discussion – Wilfrid von Boch Galhau (moderator), Lena Hellblom Sjögren (moderator), Veronica Bird Mahaffey and Olga Odinetz – “Targeted Mothers’ Perspectives on Parental Alienation Education”

12:00 COMPLIMENTARY LUNCH IN AN ADJACENT ROOM

During lunch, Stan Korosi will meet with the editors of Parental Alienation International (PAI) and interested PASG members.

1:30 Nick Woodall – “Educational Needs Identified during Reunification Training”

2:15 Lena Hellblom Sjögren – “Some Nordic Voices about Parental Alienation”

3:00 Robert A. Evans – “Educational Programs for Professionals”

3:45 Lena Hellblom Sjögren – Summary of Day One and Planning Ahead

4.00 Conclusion



Welcome to the Cosmos Club
The Cosmos Club was founded in 1878 in Washington, D.C., by John Wesley Powell, soldier, explorer, and geologist. The organization has occupied its current home – at 2121 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W. – since the 1950s. The clubhouse is listed in the National Register of Historic Places and is designated a District of Columbia Landmark.


Day Two – Sunday, October 22, 2017 RESEARCH REGARDING PARENTAL ALIENATION Coordinator for Day Two: Robert H. Ferrer


8:00 William Bernet – State of PASG

8:30 Robert H. Ferrer – Welcome to Day Two

8:45 Steven G. Miller – “Overview of Alienation Science: Where We’ve Been, Where We Are, and Where We’re Going”

10:00 COFFEE

10:30 Eric Green – “Better Options Initiative: Program, Research, and Future Directions”

11:15 Stan Korosi – “Toward a Social Phenomenological Perspective on Parental Aliena tion: A Research Project”

12:00 LUNCH ON YOUR OWN

1:30 Panel Discussion – Louis Pilla (moderator), Linda Gottlieb, Deirdre Rand, Shirley Wantland, and Karen Woodall – “Interventions with Severely Alienated Children and Adolescents”

3:00 COFFEE

3:30 Abe Worenklein – “Parental Alienation Evaluations: Methods and Modalities”

4:15 William Bernet – “Is There a Test for Parental Alienation?”

5:15 Robert H. Ferrer – Summary of Day Two and Planning Ahead

5:30 Conclusion


Thanks to Our Donors
The leadership and members of PASG greatly appreciate the generosity of individuals and institutions who donate to this organization. Donations may be made through the website (www.pasg.info), by making scheduled monthly contributions through PayPal, or by contacting any member of the PASG Board of Directors.

Day Three – Monday, October 23, 2017 EDUCATING AND INFLUENCING LAWYERS AND JUDGES Coordinator for Day Three: Demosthenes Lorandos


8:15 Demosthenes Lorandos – Welcome to Day Three

8:30 J. Michael Bone – “Trial Strategy with Parental Alienation Cases”

9:30 Catherine MacWillie – “Law Enforcement and Parental Alienation”

10:30 COFFEE

11:00 Brian Ludmer – “Judicial Interviews and the Reliability of the Voice of the Child”

12:00 COMPLIMENTARY LUNCH IN AN ADJACENT ROOM

During lunch, Judith Pilla will meet with the Committee for Public and Profes sional Accountability and interested PASG members.

1:30 Demosthenes Lorandos – “Use of Precedent in Frye, Mohan, and Daubert Jurisdictions”

2:30 COFFEE

3:00 Panel Discussion – Demosthenes Lorandos (moderator), Jennifer Bjelland, Randy Rand, Kathleen Rock, and Kellie A. Voyich – “Anatomy of a Parenting Case”

5:00 Demosthenes Lorandos – Summary of Day Three and Planning Ahead

5:15 William Bernet – Closing Remarks

5:30 Conclusion


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PASG2017 - ABSTRACTS

DAY ONE – Saturday, October 21, 2017 - EDUCATION

Howie Dennison, M.Sc. – “Ten Useful References for Increasing Parental Alienation Awareness”

Parental alienation remains hard for people to understand. This presentation focuses on some references that can be helpful in educating the public. The presenter describes interlocking tools for education and awareness, consisting of a central website that extends out to social media, news outlets, protests, email, and postal mail.

Judith M. Pilla, Ph.D., L.S.W., PMHCNS-BC – “Say it So They’ll Listen: Persuade Professionals to ‘Get it Right’ about Parental Alienation”

You’ve likely experienced the harm done to families when professionals practice in ignorance about parental alienation or hold fast to misinformation. While PASG wants to address this problem on many levels, barriers stand in the way. This presentation will report the findings of PASG’s first commissioned study – research conducted with legal and mental health professionals to understand how best to compel them to access, engage, and put into practice correct information about parental alienation. Learn how to move judges, attorneys, clinicians, and other professionals toward accurate knowledge and practice.

Panel Discussion – Wilfrid von Boch Galhau, M.D. (moderator), Lena Hellblom Sjögren, Ph.D. (moderator), Veronica Bird Mahaffey and Olga Odinetz, Ph.D. – “Targeted Mothers’ Perspectives on Parental Alienation Education”

Many writers have described the enormous frustration and deep heartbreak of experiencing the rejection created by parental alienation. Some targeted parents move past the pain to become survivors and advocates for other victims of alienation. Rejected parents have written books, produced videos, and made presentations in which they shared their own experiences – for the benefit of other parents and other children. In this panel discussion, two rejected mothers will offer suggestions on how to educate the public and also professionals about parental alienation. Audience participants are encouraged to share their own suggestions regarding parental alienation education.

Nick Woodall – “Educational Needs Identified during Reunification Training”

With a growing awareness in the public domain of the problem of parental alienation, increasing numbers of professionals are coming forward to work in the field. It is, therefore, critical that core practice standards and frameworks are established, and that these are firmly rooted in the inter-national literature. This presentation will consider these core standards and highlight the essential training needs for practitioners working with assessment and reunification programs around the world, in order that those standards are met.

Lena Hellblom Sjögren, Ph.D. – “Some Nordic Voices about Parental Alienation”

In Sweden, Norway, and Denmark, parental alienation is not recognized as child psychological abuse. However, it is a fact that many children – and also many adults – are harmed in a growing number
of lengthy custody disputes. In Finland, there currently is research regarding parental alienation. In Iceland, there recently was a conference addressing parental alienation. This presentation will feature some videorecordings regarding parental alienation from Nordic countries.

Robert A. Evans, Ph.D. – “Educational Programs for Professionals”

Addressing parental alienation in family litigation cases requires specialized knowledge about this mental condition. Many judges, attorneys, and mental health professionals, for the most part, know very little about the alienation process and the ramifications of this abusive problem. This presentation discusses one program developed to help fill this void. Input and discussion from the conference attendees are welcome regarding this effort.


DAY TWO – Sunday, October 22, 2017 – RESEARCH

Steven G. Miller, M.D. – “Overview of Alienation Science: Where We’ve Been, Where We Are, and Where We’re Going” Since the description of parental alienation syndrome in the 1980s, parental alienation, realistic estrangement, pathological alignment, and related topics have been the focus of many misunderstandings and controversies. Some of the misunderstandings and controversies reflect a lack of knowledge or expertise on the part of critics; others reflect legitimate differences of opinion or perspective among bona fide specialists. This presentation will attempt to: provide a balanced perspective with respect to key scientific and clinical issues; distinguish between what is evidence-based and what is not evidencebased; distinguish between genuine controversies and those that reflect scientific, clinical, or other misunderstandings; and propose an evidence-based approach that reflects the current clinical science.

Eric Green, Ph.D., LPC-S, RPT, S.P. – “Better Options Initiative: Program, Research, and Future Directions”

Better Options Initiative (BOI) is a non-profit organization located in Lafayette, Louisiana, whose central goal is to change public attitudes and increase awareness of the harmful effects of parental conflict on children. This workshop will include a brief overview of BOI’s mission and programming, as well as two current replication studies – of work by William Fabricius and Amy J. L. Baker – currently underway regarding the negative effects of parental conflict on children. Finally, the talk will conclude with a discussion of future research directions regarding parental alienation.

Stan Korosi, M.Couns.HS., Ph.D. Candidate – “Toward a Social Phenomenological Perspective on Parental Alienation: A Research Project”

Historically, clinicians and researchers who addressed parental alienation have emphasized the pathology and diagnosis of alienation, particularly in alienated children. However, it has become apparent that there are adverse social implications for alienated children and in particular for the parents whom they reject. Since there is very little social discourse that proscribes parental alienation, the result is unintended social validation and empowerment of alienating behaviors and the “unparenting” of the rejected parent. The presenter will explain his ongoing research on sociological formulations of parental alienation, which may include social justice issues such as family/domestic violence. He hopes this will pro
duce a broader understanding of this condition among social scientists, mental health professionals, legal professionals, and policy makers.

Panel Discussion – Louis Pilla, M.S.Ed. (moderator), Linda Gottlieb, LCSW-R, Deirdre Rand, Ph.D., Shirley Wantland, and Karen Woodall – “Interventions with Severely Alienated Children and Adolescents”

Intervention with families experiencing parental alienation is critical to restoring the parent-child relationship and in addressing the underlying issues driving the alienation process. Several programs have been developed to assist these families toward healing and reunification. The panelists represent three reunification programs for children and adolescents who have experienced a severe level of parental alienation: Turning Points for Families (in New York), Family Bridges (headquartered in California), and the Family Separation Clinic (in London). The overall intervention process, the structure of the programs, logistics, methods, and outcome data will be discussed. The presenters will compare and contrast these programs, with a view to learning from each other as well as educating the participants in the audience. One panelist will explain how to safely transfer the children from court to the intervention program.

Abe Worenklein, Ph.D. – “Parental Alienation Evaluations: Methods and Modalities”

While custody evaluators may know of Richard Gardner’s eight symptoms that demonstrate parental alienation, evaluators may have difficulty in getting the children to express the many different themes that have been used by the alienating parent to encourage the child to reject a parent and the parent’s extended family without remorse. The presentation will deal with questions asked of the child based on the themes used by alienators, as shown by Stanley Clawar and Brynne Rivlin. The use of a “parenting report card” will also be discussed in that it can also be very useful when the child rates both parents on a variety of parenting behaviors.

William Bernet, M.D. – “Is There a Test for Parental Alienation?”

Ever since “parental alienation syndrome” was defined by Richard A. Gardner in 1985, there has been a search for an objective, quantifiable method for identifying this mental condition. This presentation will describe in historical sequence four attempts to measure a particular feature of parental alienation, i.e., lack of ambivalence: early, descriptive methods in the 1990s; the Bricklin Perceptual Scales (around 1995); the Baker Alienation Questionnaire (2012); and the Parental Acceptance-Rejection Questionnaire (2017).


DAY THREE – Monday, October 23, 2017 – THE LAW

J. Michael Bone, Ph.D. – “Trial Strategy with Parental Alienation Cases”

This presentation focuses on the strategies and tactics involved in the successful litigation of family law cases where parental alienation is present. There are many biases working against the target parent in these cases, and this presentation identifies them and suggests countermeasures to overcome them. When the court gets one of these cases right, there is typically one thing that happens: the alienating or favored parent is exposed. The strategies offered for discussion are strategies and tactics that facilitate this exposure.

Catherine MacWillie – “Law Enforcement and Parental Alienation”

This presentation provides a glimpse into the harsh realities that impact law enforcement on a daily basis when dealing with parental alienation. For example: custody exchanges, homicides, suicides, kidnappings, domestic violence, child abuse, violation of court orders, and violation of restraining orders. The presenter will explain how the policies and practices of law enforcement and the courts participate in, encourage, escalate, and support the alienator in the campaign against the targeted parent.

Brian Ludmer, B. Comm., L.L.B. – “Judicial Interviews and the Reliability of the Voice of the Child”

Children in high conflict family litigation are recognized in the law as being highly suggestible and capable of being manipulated by a dominant parent. While the reliability of children’s out-of-court statements are subject to specific rules of evidence regarding admissibility, these protections are lost in judicial interviews. Moreover, judges rarely have the specific training required to deal with interviews of children. Legal jurisprudence urges caution regarding the use of judicial interviews as a method of ascertaining the views and preferences of children in family law litigation.

Demosthenes Lorandos, Ph.D., J.D. – “Use of Precedent in Frye, Mohan, and Daubert Jurisdictions”

This presentation draws on the legal research originally undertaken for the publication of Parental Alienation: The Handbook for Mental Health and Legal Professionals, when more than 1,000 cases from the United States between 1985 and 2011 were analyzed to find instances where the concept of parental alienation was key to the explication of the facts. More than 300 cases from the courts of the U.S. were described in the supplement to that 2013 text. This presentation draws on the new research for the years 2012 to 2016, which adds almost 200 additional cases to the history of parental alienation litigation in the U.S.

Panel Discussion – Demosthenes Lorandos, Ph.D., J.D. (moderator), Jennifer S. Bjelland, M.S., LCPC, PC, Randy Rand, Ed.D., Kathleen Rock, J.D., M.S., LCPC, PC, and Kellie A. Voyich, J.D. – “Anatomy of a Parenting Case”

This panel discussion will analyze the steps taken to assess whether a case involves parental alienation, including the indicators of parental alienation and what happens when parental alienation is determined to be present. The panel will explore the means that parents, attorneys, and parenting professionals utilize to direct certain parental alienation cases toward a reunification program, focusing specifically on the Family Bridges model. The presenters will define and discuss reunification and why reunification works and will discuss the aftercare phase of reunification with the alienating parent, the obstacles to reunification, and reactions in children after reunification. The panelists will offer scenarios and personal stories, and will enlist discussion and interaction from audience members seeking to share their realworld experiences.
PASG2017 – PRESENTERS AND PROGRAM COMMITTEE

William Bernet, M.D., professor emeritus at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, Nashville, Tennessee, is the president of PASG. He was one of the editors of Parental Alienation: The Handbook for Mental Health and Legal Professionals.

Jennifer Schmieding Bjelland, M.S., LCPC, PC, a mental health practitioner in Bozeman, Montana, specializes in children of divorce and reunification counseling. She serves the court as a guardian ad litem, parenting evaluator, and parenting coordinator.

Wilfrid von Boch-Galhau, M.D., a psychiatrist in Würzburg, Germany, was co-editor of Das Parental Alienation Syndrom: Eine interdisziplinäre Herausforderung für scheidungsbegleitende Berufe (The Parental Alienation Syndrome: An Interdisciplinary Challenge for Professionals Involved with Divorce). He was the author of Parental Alienation and Parental Alienation Syndrome/Disorder: A Serious Form of Psychological Abuse.

J. Michael Bone, Ph.D., a clinical and forensic consultant in Winter Park, Florida, specializes in the problem of parental alienation. He was co-author of The Essentials of Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS): It’s Real, It’s Here and It Hurts, a concise overview of parental alienation.

Howie Dennison, M.Sc., an advocate for children in Columbus, Ohio, has personal experience with parental alienation. Mr. Dennison has written an eBook, The APA and the Mental Health Child Abuse Scandal.

Robert A. Evans, Ph.D., a licensed school psychologist in Palm Harbor, Florida, has been an expert witness regarding parental alienation and child custody issues. He was co-author of The Essentials of Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS): It’s Real, It’s Here and It Hurts, a concise overview of parental alienation.

Robert H. Ferrer is a retired researcher and archivist at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. He has reviewed the wealth of information dealing with divorce and children from many perspectives, including child development, family studies, law, and parental alienation. Mr. Ferrer was a principal behind the passage of two laws in Illinois dealing with Visitation Interference and Right of First Refusal. Linda Gottlieb, LMFT, LCSW-R, a family therapist in Duchess County, New York, is faculty emeritus of the Minuchin Center for the Family. Ms. Gottlieb was the author of The Parental Alienation Syndrome: A Family Therapy and Collaborative Systems Approach to Amelioration. She developed an intensive reunification program for severe alienation named Turning Points for Families.

Eric Green, Ph.D., LPC-S, RPT-S, S.P., maintains a private practice in child and family psychotherapy in Lafayette, Louisiana. Dr. Green is a consultant with Better Options Initiative, a non-profit organization, whose aim is to change public perception about placing children in the middle of parent conflict.

Lena Hellblom Sjögren, Ph.D., an investigative forensic psychologist in Siljansnäs, Sweden, has conducted research regarding parental alienation for more than 25 years. She wrote a book regarding parental alienation as a violation of the child’s human rights, Barnets rätt till familjeliv: 25 svenska fall av föräldra (The Child’s Right to Family Life: 25 Swedish Cases of Parental Alienation).

Tom Janssen, a technologist in Antwerp, Belgium, is an alienated father and director of JATO, a company helping and coaching alienated parents. Mr. Janssen is the chair of the PASG Technology Committee.

Stan Korosi, M.Couns.HS (Latrobe University), a professional counsellor and psychotherapist in Melbourne, Australia, is the editor of Parental Alienation International. An alienated parent, Mr. Korosi is the director of Dialogue in Growth Pty Ltd (Overcoming Parental Alienation) and founding director of Parental Alienation Australia and New Zealand (PAANZ).

Demosthenes Lorandos, Ph.D., J.D., a psychologist and attorney in Ann Arbor, Michigan, is the treasurer of PASG. Dr. Lorandos was a co-editor of both The International Handbook of Parental Alienation Syndrome and Parental Alienation: The Handbook for Mental Health and Legal Professionals.

Brian Ludmer, B.Comm., L.L.B., an attorney in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, is very experienced in dealing with complex family law cases involving parental alienation. Mr. Ludmer was one of the authors of The High-Conflict Custody Battle: Protect Yourself and Your Kids from a Toxic Divorce, False Accusations, and Parental Alienation. He is a co-founder of Lawyers for Equal Shared Parenting, an advocacy group, and co-drafter of Bill C-560, the proposal to amend Canada’s divorce legislation to bring in a rebuttable presumption of equal shared parenting.

Catherine MacWillie, who has retired from the Los Angeles Police Department, is CEO of Custody Calculations, a child custody and divorce coach, and a speaker regarding parental alienation and crime. She is a past president of Stop Parental Alienation of Children.

Veronica Bird Mahaffey, a film producer and judicial interpreter in Davidsonville, Maryland, is the founder and chair of the Veronica Bird Charitable Foundation.

Steven G. Miller, M.D., who holds degrees in psychology and medicine, presently specializes in behavioral and forensic medicine in Cambridge, Massachusetts. For 30 years he was a clinical instructor in medicine at Harvard Medical School and presently does consulting work through the Massachusetts Medical Education Group, LLC. His medical interests include clinical reasoning and medical decision-making, and his professional focus includes parental alienation and other types of pathological alignment.

Olga Odinetz, Ph.D., is a research scientist in health and environment in Paris, France. She was the founding president of the Association Contre L’aliénation Parentale, an organization that educates parents, security officers, legal professionals, and mental health professionals regarding parental alienation.

Judith M. Pilla, Ph.D., L.S.W., PMHCNS-BC, is a clinical social worker and clinical nurse specialist in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania. Dr. Pilla is a psychotherapist for individuals, couples, and families. She is chair of the PASG Committee for Public and Professional Accountability.

Louis Pilla, M.S.Ed., is a director of product strategy at a major scientific and healthcare publishing company. He oversees online products that provide clinicians with evidence-based content delivered on advanced technology platforms. Mr. Pilla, who lives in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, is the managing editor of Parental Alienation International.

Deirdre Rand, Ph.D., a forensic psychologist in Mill Valley, California, has contributed to the literature on parental alienation and on Munchausen by proxy syndrome. She is a leader of Family Bridges Workshops. Dr. Rand also developed an online continuing education course on animal-assisted therapy and she is associate editor of the Latham Foundation magazine, The Latham Letter.

Randy Rand, Ed.D., located in Mill Valley, California, is the director of administrative services for Family Bridges Workshops. Dr. Rand developed Behavioral Personnel Assessment Devices (B-PAD), which are behavioral interactive pre-employment video tests for law enforcement and the public safety industry.

Kathleen Rock, J.D., M.S., LCPC, PC, an attorney and licensed clinical professional counselor in Bozeman, Montana, has addressed parental alienation cases as a guardian ad litem, a custody evaluator, and currently as a reunification practitioner. Ms. Rock provides education and training to attorneys and mental health professionals.

Kellie A. Voyich, J.D., is an attorney, mediator, and guardian ad litem who specializes in domestic relations law and mediation work in the Paradise and Gallatin Valleys of Montana. Ms. Voyich has conducted over 1,500 domestic relations mediations and worked with all alienation levels in children, moderate to severe.

James S. Walker, Ph.D., a forensic psychologist and neuropsychologist in Nashville, Tennessee, is experienced in conducting child custody evaluations.

Shirley Wantland, a treatment placement consultant in Sausalito, California, is the co-founder and principal of Recovery Consultants, LLC. That organization specializes in working with alienated families to find the appropriate therapeutic programs and transportation services nationally for severely alienated adolescents and young adults.

Karen Woodall is the director of therapeutic services at the Family Separation Clinic, London, U.K. She is the co-author of Understanding Parental Alienation: Learning to Cope, Helping to Heal and Putting Children First: A Handbook for Separated Parents.

Nick Woodall, a psychotherapist and therapeutic mediator in London, U.K., co-founded the Family Separation Clinic in London. He is the co-author of Parental Alienation: Learning to Cope, Helping to Heal and Putting Children First: A Handbook for Separated Parents.

Abe Worenklein, Ph.D., a clinical and forensic psychologist in Montreal, Canada, is the secretary of PASG. Dr. Worenklein is a professor in the Department of Psychology at Dawson College and an adjunct professor in the Department of Psychology at Concordia University.
PASG2017 – CONFERENCE PARTICIPANTS


LAST NAME FIRST NAME LOCATION EMAIL Abrahams Joanna Guildford, Surrey, United Kingdom This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Alvarez Mary Houston, Texas This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Barker Theresa Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Berkowitz Alice Beverly Hills, California This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Bernet William Nashville, Tennessee This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Bjelland Jennifer Bozeman, Montana This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Blagg Nigel Taunton, Somerset, United Kingdom This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Boch-Galhau Wilfrid von Würzburg, Germany This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Bone Michael Winter Park, Florida This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Butcher Nick Hartley Wintney, Hampshire, United Kingdom This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Buxbaum Amanda Bethesda, Maryland This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Chalpin Gay New Iberia, Louisiana This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Chance James New Iberia, Louisiana This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Chapman Mary Rockville, Maryland This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Dennison Howie Columbus, Ohio This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Evans Robert Palm Harbor, Florida This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Ferrer Robert Champaign-Urbana, Illinois This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Godfrey Eva Taunton, Somerset, United Kingdom This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Gottleib Linda Beacon, New York This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Green Eric Lafayette, Louisiana This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Hastings Emily Franklin, Tennessee This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Hellblom Sjögren Lena Siljansnäs, Sweden This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Hendrix Phillip Castle Rock, Colorado This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Hirsch Cindy Los Angeles, California This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Janssen Tom Antwerp, Belgium This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Kiriakidis Lisa E. Pasadena, California This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



Kloth-Zanard Joan Southbury, Connecticut This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Korosi Stan Melbourne, Australia This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Lopez Anna Marie California This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Lorandos Demosthenes Ann Arbor, Michigan This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Ludmer Brian Toronto, Ontario, Canada This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. MacWillie Catherine San Dimas, California This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Mahaffey Veronica Bird Davidsonville, Maryland This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Miller Steven Waltham, Massachusetts This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Murdock Deborah Memphis, Tennessee This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Odinetz Olga Paris, France This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Parnell Yvonne M. Toronto, Ontario, Canada This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Pilla Judith King of Prussia, Pennsylvania This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Pilla Louis King of Prussia, Pennsylvania This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Prugnaud Jean Charles Auvergne, France This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Rand Deirdre Mill Valley, California This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Rand Randy Mill Valley, California This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Rock Kathleen Bozeman, Montana This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Shatz Jane Pacific Palisades, California This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Steinberg Lynn Los Angeles, California This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Vanbetlehem Jacqueline Oakville, Ontario, Canada This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Verner Julie Glendora, California This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Voyich Kellie A. Livingston, Montana This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Wantland Shirley Sausalito, California This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Wiley Francesca London, United Kingdom This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Woodall Karen London, United Kingdom This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Woodall Nick London, United Kingdom This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Worenklein Abe Montreal, Quebec, Canada This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Wygant Shawn Oscoda, Michigan This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



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