Day One – Friday, August 24, 2018

PARENTAL ALIENATION – WHAT IS IT?

 

William Bernet, Professor emeritus psychiatry: The Scientific Foundation for Parental Alienation.

Linda Nielsen, Ph.D.: After the Parents´  Separation - What Does Research say About Children´s Health with Different Alternatives? (Not confirmed)

COFFEE

Ronald Rohner, Professor emeritus anthropology: The Child´s Fundamental Need of Love and Acceptance for a Healthy Development, a TED-talk.

Steven Miller, M.D., Ph.D.: When a Child has a Legitimate Reason to Reject a Parent vs. Parental Alienation.

LUNCH - in the hall

Amy Baker, Ph.D.: What Is Known About Parental Alienation Strategies and the Consequences?

Nick Child, co-ordinator PASG, UK: Finding PA on a bigger map: Useful learning from wider perspectives.

COFFEE

Ryan Thomas: What Have I Learnt From My Experiences of Parental Alienation As a Child?

 

- Panel Discussion -

The Different Perceptions of Parental Alienation in the Nordic Countries.

A painting by Xiaojie Zheng of a child and a parent.


WELCOME to Interactive ART-projects on Parental Alienation by the Chinese artist, educated also in the Netherlands:

Accommodation in Stockholm, near the conference at Moderna museet.

STF Stockholm/af Chapman & Skeppsholmen Vandrarhem

Youth Hostel with a view over the Old City, the lake Mälaren and The Royal Castle.

Baker, Amy, Ph.D., in developmental psychology, is the author of Adult Children of Parental Alienation Syndrome: Breaking the Ties That Bind, co-editor with S.Richard Sauber of Working With Alienated  Children and Families,

Location: Moderna Museet on the island Skeppsholmen in Stockholm, Sweden.