Irish Parental Alienation Awareness Conference 2019, May 23rd 9.00-18.45

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Swift Theatre

Trinity College

Dublin

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Registrations are closed
We sold out all of our tickets for this 2019 conference. We strongly recommend that you join the waiting list so we know how many people are interested in attending. If there's enough interest we can procure a bigger theatre (if available). To join the waiting list press 'Register'. Also please sign up to our mailing list in https://www.irishpaconference.com/ to be kept up to date with future conferences.
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Parental Alienation conference for professionals organised by Alienated Children's Advocates (ACA) and sponsored by Changes.ie

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Conference Aim

The aim of this conference for professionals, is to raise awareness and address the knowledge gap about parental alienation in Ireland, to build an understanding of the experience of children and young adults and their families affected by this issue. Parental alienation is the process and the result of the psychological manipulation of a child or a young adult into showing unwarranted fear, disrespect or hostility towards a parent and family members and a rejection of a relationship with the alienated parent.

Professionals

The conference is for professionals dedicated to improving the lives of children, young adults, and families in the resolution of family conflict including solicitors, barristers, judges, mediators, social workers, counsellors, psychotherapists, school teachers, postgraduate students community workers, and mental health professionals, researchers, and policymakers. Speakers will address current thinking from research and policy and how this impacts on practice and service delivery for families and communities throughout Ireland. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss and consider the challenges of working with these real-life issues in their practice and relevance to policy/service developments.

Places are limited.

On May 23rd, please arrive at the venue early - from 8am - to ensure we can confirm your registration on time for the start promptly at 9am.

See https://www.irishpaconference.com/ for more details

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Trinity College

Dublin

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