PARENTAL ALIENATION STUDY GROUP THIRD INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA — September 12–14, 2019
Mark your calendars for September 12–14, 2019. Preparations are underway for PASG2019, the third annual conference of the Parental Alienation Study Group. This year, the conference will be held from Thursday, September 12, through Saturday, September 14, 2019, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.
The conference venue is the DoubleTree by Hilton Philadelphia Airport, one mile from the Philadelph-ia International Airport, making transportation and lodging easy for attendees. The hotel is offering a free shuttle service between the airport and the venue. A discounted rate at the hotel is available when booked through the link on the meeting registration site.
Mental health and legal professionals and the general public are invited. Also, researchers, writers, targeted parents and grandparents, and child advocates who are interested in high-conflict families and parental alienation. Day Two of the meeting (Friday, September 13) will feature separate tracks for parents, attorneys, researchers, and practitioners.
Morning events will occur from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon. Afternoon events will occur from 1:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Lunch as well as morning and afternoon beverage breaks are included in the registration fee.
For more information and registration, visit http://www.PASG2019.com. An early bird discount is available for those who register by May 31, 2019, and use PASG2019EB (case sensitive) as a discount code during the registration process.
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My fiancé, best friend and partner of 7 years- Michael, suffered for 30 months w/no visitation back in 2011-2013. He was successfully reunited with his 3 sons, who at that time were 4, 12 and 14. The last 5 years have gone somewhat well. Now the two eldest are 17 and 19- and have “chosen” not to speak to their dad. This is coming with strong influence of their mother. Michael has handled both situations which such strength, class, patience and grace. He’s a phenomenal communicator, and has helped other Fathers we know that are also suffering through PA. I wrote this to you, because we are going to the PASG2019 and hoped you could possibly direct Michael to whom he could sign up to speak to other parents, mental health and/or legal professionals during the conference. Michael’s story is tragic like all the others, but it’s Michael’s resilience, passion, positivity and outlook on it all is inspiring. We are also looking forward to being a part of your wonderful posts. Thank you! -Sara van Duyvenbode and Michael Piro- Winter Park, Florida USA