New Resource For Parents in High Conflict Divorce

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Parents experiencing conflict in divorce need support and resouces in order to provide a stable foundation for their children. Through a simple telephone call, parents are offered an intimate yet anonymous venue to obtain support, information and help.

People experiencing High Conflict in their divorce encounter some degree of parental programming or alienation about 80% of the time. Some cases reported that as many as 20% of separated parents engage in alienating behavior at least once a day. In addition, studies state that visitation blocking is practiced by as many as 40% of the residential parents. Research also reveals families in transition need a venue in which they are able to share their situations, listen to the circumstances others are experiencing and gain some new insights that will be helpful. People experiencing divorce are looking for a forum that provides both intimacy and anonymity; that is, a place where they can be honest and free to express themselves and at the same time feel protected and safe.

Drs. Evans and Bone are providing an Educational Forum via a TELECONFERENCE call under their guidance. During this pilot program, no fee will be charged. It is important for participants to understand, however, that the Educational Forum is NOT counseling, therapy, legal advice or any other type of mental health or legal service. It is simply a means for participants to talk about their situation and listen as others describe theirs. Drs. Bone and Evans will moderate the discussions keeping it positive and productive. The facilitators ask that no names be given and that the participants NOT provide information within hearing range of their children.

The teleconference will be one hour in length and will be held on December 8, 2005, at 6:00 PM Eastern Time. There is NO cost at this time, other than the cost of a telephone call (long distance or local), for the teleconference as a part of the pilot program. Following registration, participants will be sent a survey inquiring about their experience with this teleconference.

Anyone interested in reserving a spot, please call Paula at (407) 443-5627, Monday – Friday between 9:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Eastern Time.


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