Exciting news today that Jennifer Harman, writer, researcher and expert in the field of parental alienation, will join us to present at the Conference on day two.
Jennifer is a Psychologist and the author of Parents Acting Badly her TED Talk on Parental Alienation is recognised worldwide as being a definitive description of the issues involved.
You can see Jennifer’s Ted Talk below.
Jennifer is a leading member of the Simply Parent Team with whom the Family Separation Clinic and EAPAP work closely. We are delighted to welcome her to London on August 30/31st to enrich what is turning out to be a powerful gathering of people who are determined to make changes for children and families affected by parental alienation around the globe.
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Parent Panel Update We still have a handful of tickets for parents to join us for this event on our parent panel. Tickets cost £150 for two jam packed days of presentations, debate and learning. If you would like to represent parents please email us at email@example.com
Streaming of the event. We are planning streaming now, if you would like to have a ticket which allows you to see presentations throughout the two days, please contact us and let us know. The cost for this is £65 for two days.
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