• Follow parental alienation experts on social media and blogs by myself and other PA experts for up-to-the-minute information.
• Join a local parental alienation support group—or start a new one.
• Offer to do a talk about Parental Alienation to a community group.
• Become active in one of the parental alienation awareness organizations,
• Suggest a school-based intervention to teach problem-solving skills to children experiencing divorce or separation (such as critical thinking skills).
• Contact your state legislators to express your concern and views about what your state needs. Find out if your state has a default custodial recommendation of equal parenting time and whether it contains provisions to assure adequate assessment to prevent alienated children from being forced to live with an alienator.
• Volunteer to be on a State Task Force to explore needed legislation.
Be Part of the Solution
“Help Assure the Well-being of Children after Family Separation”
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