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Co-parenting through Parental Alienation

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Rochambeau Library - Computer LabRoom
Monday, September 23, 2019 - 4:45pm to 8:30pm
708 Hope Street
Providence, RI 02906

*Private meeting from 5:00-6:00pm; Public meeting starting at 6:00pm

FREE! For SEPARATED and DIVORCED MOMS and DADS with co-parenting issues where your relationship with your children is strained or they are rejecting spending time with you for no good reason - you may have a problem called "parental alienation."

Benefit from education and encouragement so you can cope and stay healthy while learning what actions you can take to help your children best survive the challenges they are facing as well.

Come and learn what you can do to help yourself and your child/ren, plus a roadmap to navigate the legal processes.

- Share your story with others who understand so you feel less isolated and not at fault

- Learn the children's perspective (they're simply surviving) so you don't react to the children's hurtful denigration

- Learn techniques that will help the children - to keep trying for a relationship - which helps the child feel lovable

Parents are encouraged to bring the child's grandparents, aunt's, uncles, and adult supporters.

Email   to schedule a chat before the event, ask questions, receive possible session updates/changes, and also to receive a PDF of information and resources.

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