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Internet Support Resources:

 

Canada

 

https://equalitycanada.com/ -Canadian Association for Equality (CAFÉ). Equality means equality for everyone.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/equalparenting/ -Canadian Equal Parenting Council.

https://www.ecmas.org/ -Equal Child Maintenance and Access Society.

www.canadiancrc.com– Canadian Children’s Rights Council

https://www.fixfamilycourts.com/ – Information on how to present cases in family courts

  

U.S.A

www.simplyparent.org– Dr. Hennifer Harman. Dedicated to forging a society free of parental alienation, where good parenting is protected in its diverse genesis, forms and colors.

www.erasingfamily.org– Ginger Gentile, Director. Upcoming feature documentary. Seeking to strengthen family bonds after divorce, not #erase them.

http://lw4sp.org/ -Leading Women for Shared Parenting.

https://www.facebook.com/Family-Access-Fighting-for-Childrens-Rights-535655846482036/ & http://www.familyaccessfightingforchildrensrights.org/ -Family Access: Fighting for Children’s Rights.

http://www.jmichaelbone.com/about-dr-bone.html -Dr. J. Michael Bone. Parental Alienation Resources, Education & Consulting

http://www.warshak.com/services/family-bridges.html -Dr. Richard Warshak. Family Bridges: A Workshop for Troubled and Alienated Parent-Child Relationships.

https://www.beyondparentalalienation.com/resources/dorcy-pruter/ -Dorcy Pruter. Conscious Co-parenting Institute. -beyond Parental Alienation

http://www.parental-alienation-inc.com/fa.html. Family Bridges Program

http://www.consciouscoparentinginstitute.com/contact-us/. High Roads progrogram

International 

https://www.karenwoodall.com/ -Karen Woodall. Family Separation Clinic, UK.

https://parentalalienation-pas.com/ – Linda Turner. Surviving Parental Alienation, UK.

https://emmm.org.au/ – Amanda Sillars. Eeny Meeny Miney Mo Foundation, Australia. For children to be free to love and spend time with both parents

https://www.openmindsfoundation.org/people/nick-child/ -Nick Child. Open Minds Foundation.

https://pasg.info/ -Parental Alienation Study Group (PASG). –database of up-to-date scholarly resources on parental alienation. 

https://freedomofmind.com/parental-abduction-and-alienation-a-discussion-with-psychiatrist-nick-child/ Nick Child.