TORONTO, Feb. 13 /CNW/ - The first Canadian International Symposium for
Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS) will be held in Toronto at the Toronto
Metro Convention Centre from March 27-29, 2009. Speakers from the fields of
psychology, family law, and mediation will be making presentations to
attorneys and mental health professionals. Parents whose children suffer from
this mental health condition are very welcome to attend to conference.
"Parents that abuse children with parental alienation are a danger to our
entire society," said Joe Goldberg, Host and Founder of the symposium. "There
are literally hundreds of thousands of children who are victims of parental
alienation abuse and family law attorneys and mental health professionals are
the only ones who can rescue them. This symposium will provide the information
on how to best protect these children."
Participants to this three day symposium will hear such topics discussed
as: 'Mediation Strategies in Managing PAS Disputes,' 'Treatment for Alienated
Children,' and 'Doing what is Right for the Children, and Knowing When to do
it.' Speakers include: Amy Baker, Ph.D., a prominent psychologist in
developmental psychology, Pamela Stuart-Mills Hoch, M.A., and Bob Hoch, M.A.
co-founders of the Rachel Foundation for Family Reintegration, and David L.
Levy, J.D., a pioneer in the field of children's rights. With over twenty
speakers in attendance, everyone will come away with new knowledge about how
children are being psychologically abused by a parent, and how it can be
A media room will be available for interviews with speakers and other
notables in attendance.
For further information:
For further information: Joe Goldberg, Host and Founder of Symposium,
Telephone: (647) 476-3170, Conference website: www.cspas.ca