Resources

Videos, Resources & Recommended Links for the General Public and Professionals

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Videos: 

Parental Alienation Awareness DVD: What Happens When Parents Turn Children Against Parents (2006) Presented by the Nanaimo Men’s Resource Centre

This video demonstrates and discusses the devastating effects of Parental Alienation on children, parents, extended family and on our society (running time 32 mins).

Video Includes:

1) An Interview with Psychologist Dr. Larry Waterman

2) Interviews with parents affected by Parental Alienation

3) Dramatic sequences illustrating the 3 types of Parental Alienation

4) The effects on children, parents, extended family and society

5) An overview of the 8 components of Parental Alienation

6) An  analysis of the 3 levels of Parental Alienation

7) Solutions and a review of the 12 commandments for divorcing parents.  

Price $32.00

includes applicable tax, shipping & handling charge  

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Dr. Kathleen M. Reay is very pleased to note that the following Mayors proclaimed April 25, 2012 as   “Parental Alienation Awareness Day.”

Recommended Links:

  • International Institute For Parental Alienation Studies ( IIPAS) Dedicated to educating alienated familes, mental health therapists, medical professionals, legal professionals and educators of the continuum of parental alienation.  Website: www.iipas.org
  • Dr. Kathleen Reay’s Private Practice website for information on her services such as telephone/Skype consultations, evaluator, consultant, trial consultant, and expert witness in matters relating to child custody, childhood trauma, parental alienation, estrangement and parental alienation syndrome. Website: www.drkathleenreay.com
  • We invite you to visit and “ Like” Dr. Reay’s Facebook pages updated regularly with up to date information PA & PAS:  www.facebook.com/ToxicDivorceaWorkbookforAlienatedParents If you have read Dr. Reay’s new book please consider writing a testimonial http://www.facebook.com/Dr.KathleenReay
  • Parental Alienation Support: Resources & References Empirical Style. Website: http://parentalalienationsupport.com/
  • Kids Aiding the Parental Alienation Awareness Organization (KAPAAO) is a place for youth and adult children of alienation to come together along with alienated parents and other important family members to explore, share and contribute to ways or experiences that may help understand, cope and even overcome Parental Alienation. Website: http://kapaao.paawareness.org
  • Fairway Divorce Solutions® “Changing the Way Divorce Happens” and raising the bar in divorce mediation and conflict resolution. Website:http://www.fairwaydivorce.com/fairway-divorce-kelowna.html

 

Parental Alienation Support Group Suggestions:

Join a PAS online support group or an in-person support group if one is available in your area. The International Network of Alienated Families, for instance, is a support group located in Southern California that provides monthly group meetings and is facilitated by mental health professionals who are experienced with PA and PAS. If there isn’t an existing support group in your area, why notconsider starting one? This can be easily accomplished through Meetup, http://www.meetup.com. Another option is to join a PAS online support group and organization. Here are some examples:

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DISCLAIMER: This website and its contents are designed for educational purposes only. This website does not render medical advice, mental health advice or other professional services. The information provided here should not be used for the purposes of diagnosing or treating a medical or psychiatric illness. This site has been designed to provide up-to-date information and resources on the highly complex continuum of parental alienation. It is not intended to be a substitute for professional care. If you have or suspect you may be experiencing parental alienation or parental alienation syndrome, you should consult an experienced and trained medical, legal and/or mental health professional in this specialized area of practice.

 

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