Join us September 14th at 8:30 am for our 1st Annual Parental Alienation Walk for Awareness!
Branson RecPlex Pavilion D
Pay by credit card online or show up and by pay cash/check
Make checks payable to "Parental Alienation Speaks"
Cost: $15 donation per person for adults age 13 and up
All donations are tax-deductible!
12 and under are FREE
Parental Alienation Speaks is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization committed to bringing awareness to the world and hope to the alienated one S.P.A.R.K. at a time!
For almost ten years, my husband and I watched helplessly as his happy, upbeat kids became withdrawn, depressed and secretive. What we didn't understand at the time is that they were experiencing something called "parental alienation."
For purposes of our story, we will refer to Parental Alienation as “the intentional and strategic indoctrination of hate and/or guilt by one parent against the other, with the sole purpose of severing the bond spiritually, mentally, emotionally and physically with the other parent, thus gaining total power over the child, and ultimately the alienated parent.” The word “parent” can be substituted with “stepparent” or “family member.”
Our alienator used tactics to rewrite the kids' childhood memories; included them in rituals; used fear and manipulation to sabotage Jack's visitation time; enlisted the help of the police, DFS and other community professionals...and so much more!
On June 28, 2018, we faced all 3 children in court ready to testify against us for things that never happened.
Sounds crazy, doesn't it?
Yet, 22 MILLION people are currently affected by this.
Is Parental Alienation A Real Thing? Yes.
-In the current Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM-5) of the American Psychiatric Association (APA), parental alienation is now listed under diagnostic code V995.51 “child psychological abuse.”
-In addition, the 2018 World Health Organization’s (WHO) International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11) is including parental alienation under ”Caregiver Child Relation Problem.” (Von, 2018)
In November 2018, we created our nonprofit organization to bring awareness about this little known form of psychological abuse to the world! Since then, our organization has gone worldwide.
Funds from this walk will be used to print and mail brochures and also pay for booth rentals at conferences we attend throughout the state of Missouri.
So far in 2019, we have attended the Missouri Sheriff's Conference, Missouri NASW Conference, the Children’s Trust Fund Conference and the Children’s Trauma Network Conference.
To date, we've mailed over 2,000 brochures worldwide. To see our brochure, click here
To learn more about us, what we do and our story, please visit: parentalalienationspeaks.com