Toronto Hosts International Conference on Parental Alienation Syndrome



    TORONTO, Jan. 18 /CNW/ - From March 27-29, 2009, Toronto is the host city
for the first annual conference on the topic of Parental Alienation Syndrome
(PAS). It will be taking place at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, and
twenty of the world's foremost experts in parental alienation will be
speaking. This educational conference is targeting Canadian, as well as
international mental health professionals, family law attorneys and other
professionals dedicated to the prevention and treatment of Parental Alienation
and Parental Alienation Syndrome. Parents whose children suffer from this
mental health condition are very welcome to attend.
    "I'm proud of the fact that our conference is being lauded for its
ability to educate professionals on the topic of Parental Alienation. Parental
Alienation Syndrome is what happens when a parent uses alienating behavior to
turn a child's love into hate against the other parent. It's not a matter of
poor parenting, it's a crime against a child. It's child abuse and we need to
approach these parents as abusers." says Joe Goldberg, Host and Founder of the
symposium. "This conference is an opportunity for parents and professionals to
acquire intervention and treatment solutions and to help modify the way the
courts protect the best interest of children."
    The speakers at the three day symposium are leaders in the field of
psychology, family law, children's services, law enforcement and supervised
visitation. Speakers include: Amy Baker, Ph.D., a prominent researcher in
developmental psychology; Michael Bone, Ph.D, a specialist in parental
alienation, and Demosthenes Lorandos, Ph.D., a specialist in clinical
psychology.





For further information:

For further information: Joe Goldberg, Host and Founder of Symposium,
Telephone (647) 476-3170, www.cspas.ca

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