Canadian Symposium for Parental Alienation Syndrome




Mount Sinai School of Medicine
New York, NY
October 2 & 3, 2010



Press Release Announcements:
1. Click here: American Psychiatric Association Considers Parental Alienation for the DSM-5 | Market Wire | Find Articles at BNET
2. Click here: 200,000 Children Suffer From Parental Alienation: The Apa Considers Pad For The Dsm-5
3. Click here: Parental Alienation Disorder Leaps into - One News Page Press Release
4. Click here: NYC Conference Success Release.pdf


Articles in the Press:
1. Click here: PsycPORT Article
2. Click here: Psychiatric experts assess parental alienation - Washington Times
3. Click here: Is Parental Alienation a Mental Disorder? - CBS News
4. Click here: Psychiatric experts assess parental alienation - ABC27 News
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6. Click here: Psychiatric experts assess parental alienation - WKRN, Nashville, Tennessee News, Weather and Sports
7. Click here: Business & Technology | Psychiatric experts assess parental alienation | Seattle Times Newspaper
8. Click here: Psychiatric experts assess parental alienation - NewsChannel5.com | Nashville News, Weather & Sports
9. Click here: Psychiatric experts assess parental alienation - 14 News
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11. Click here: The Herald-Sun - Experts assess parental alienation
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13. Click here: Psychiatric experts assess parental alienation - Hawaii News Now - KGMB and KHNL Home

Speakers:
Amy J. L. Baker, Ph.D.
Dr. William Bernet
Dr. Glenn Ross Caddy
Terence Campbell, Ph.D., ABPP
Joseph Goldberg, Founder of CSPAS
Demosthenes Lorandos, J.D., Ph.D.
Brian Ludmer - Barrister & Solicitor
Richard Sauber, Ph.D.
Abraham Worenklein, Ph.D.
Pamela Richardson - Journalist and Author

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