Prevention and early intervention for children being harmed through Parental Alienation

Forwarded from Family Access Fighting for Children´s Rights by Lena Hellblom Sjögren April 26, 2022

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”Parental Alienation:  Time to Prioritize
Prevention and Early Intervention Models”

On Sunday, May 1, 2022 from 8-9 PM EDT, Dr. Mary Alvarez
will be guest speaker for our international webinar. This event
will begin at 7:15 PM EDT with our conference sponsors and
we introduce our presenters of our Fall 2022 conference being
held in Durham, N. C. It will be titled ”Using and Refining
Interpersonal Skills”.

We have been averaging over 1,100 participants in 42
countries for our events. The initial event is of no charge to
anyone. This is a ministry of Family Access-Fighting for
Children’s Rights. These events give much information and
support to alienated family members as well as those
professionals who work in the field of alienation. We are
fortunate to have some of the top experts in the world who are
on these international webinars. 

The science of parental alienation has published, and
continues to publish, important research findings concerning
consequences to severely alienated children.  These children
are at risk for encountering significant psychological
consequences during the alienation from a target parent
(e.g., depression, anxiety, PTSD, attachment disorder), as well
as continued psychological consequences when these
previously alienated children become adults (e.g.,depression,
anxiety, substance abuse). It is imperative, therefore, that
as a field we increase our attention, resources, and research
efforts to prevention and early intervention to combat the
development of alienation and subsequent psychological
consequences to a child from being unduly alienated from a

This webinar will focus on prevention and early intervention of
parental alienation from both a community perspective, clinical
perspective, and a research perspective.  Important prevention and early
intervention research questions will also be addressed.

The deadline to register for this event is Sunday, May 1, 2022 by 6 PM EDT. Click here on this zoom link to register.

Mary Alvarez, PhD earned her doctorate in developmental
psychology with an emphasis in cognitive development and
neurodevelopment from the University of Houston. Dr. Alvarez,
a licensed psychologist for twenty-five years in Texas, has both
a forensic and a clinical practice and she specializes in
evaluating and treating high conflict families. As a result of her
forensic work in family law as a custody evaluator, Dr. Alvarez
has evaluated and witnessed the devastating psychological
effects on children whose parents are involved in chronic high
conflict, including parental alienation. Dr. Alvarez recognized
the need to focus on prevention and early intervention of
parental alienation, so she codeveloped Resetting the Family
to evaluate and intervene with high conflict parents and families

that include mild and moderate parental alienation as part of
the conflict. ​

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