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Highlights

  • 6 reasons why a parent engages in alienation
  • How alienators get children to distance themselves
  • Why courts typically get parental alienation all wrong
  • How to parent when your kids are being alienated
  • How to find a program to help you reunite with your kids

Battling Parental Alienation Syndrome:

What to do when your ex convinces your children to hate you

Live Webinar: Recorded on Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Is your ex encouraging your children to disrespect you? Even hate you? Toxic divorces can include parental alienation, in which a child “aligns himself or herself strongly with one parent and rejects a relationship with the other parent, without legitimate justification” (Dr. William Bernet, Vanderbilt University).

Sadly, some parents are so vindictive that they want to hurt their former partners in the worst way possible, so they intentionally try to ruin the children’s relationship with their ex. If you’re the ex who is being targeted for alienation, you know how heartbreaking it is.

Susan Shofer knows how you feel — she’s been there. But Susan was able to successfully overcome her ex’s attempts to alienate the two children they shared. In this webinar, Susan will teach you what she learned through her own toxic divorce, and through her work as a licensed private investigator. You’ll learn how parental alienation happens, how it is viewed by the courts and mental health professionals, and, if you’re facing it, what you can do.