“Danica is the Founder and Executive Director of Kids Need Both, Inc. She has been an educator and advocate for nearly 20 years. Her mission is to transform families experiencing conflict to bring workability and healthy communication. As an author for a nationally recognized family stabilization curriculum, Danica is an expert on Parental Alienation (PA), Hostile Aggressive Parenting (HAP). She is a certified Anger Management and Domestic Violence Specialist and Family Mediator.
“With over 25 years of experience, Dr. Evans is trained to encourage collaborative problem solving through open and honest communication resulting in effective co-parenting, the building of prosperous relationships, and providing support for individual growth and responsibility.
He creates an opportunity for those in the divorce process to participate in open, honest and respectful relationships with themselves and others so they can co-parent effectively, communicate well and respect themselves and others.
Dr. Evans provides comprehensive services including: Parenting Coordination, Child Custody Evaluations and Consultations with Attorneys and Clients. Dr. Evans is trained, experienced and objective. He is seriously concerned with the “Best Interests” of our clients. He is committed to not just meeting, but exceeding your highest expectations.”
Dr Bone is a Consulting Psychologist whose sole focus in on the problem of Parental Alienation. He has been working in this area for the last 25 years and has worked with all of the field’s pioneers. His current area of interest is in how this problem is best presented to the Family court.
Dr. Stone is an experienced educator and administrator with 20 plus years of experience across academic levels to include elementary, secondary, adult, and higher-ed. She has extensive experience in working with charter schools in Florida and one highlight of her career includes being the founding Principal of a local collegiate charter high school. She has served as an adjunct professor/site supervisor with Grand Canyon University working with teachers in their clinical courses and principals in their internship courses. She currently serves as a substitute mentor for Kelly Educational Staffing providing support, professional development and evaluation processes for substitutes working in the Polk County School District.
No special schools or degrees with this dad, just a single father of four girls that learned through making many mistakes and progressing along the way. My goal is to empower and inspire other fathers alike as we make our journey through this life. One step at a time, and we can do it together.
After enduring what has been called “the worst known case of parental alienation and the most corrupt family court case in the history of Tarrant County Texas” Wendy became motivated to break the silence about parental alienation. In 2011, Wendy began hosting monthly support group meetings, the format of which has become the template for parental alienation support group meetings around the world. Also in 2011, Wendy began hosting the annual Parental Alienation Awareness Day/Bubbles of LOVE Day DFW event. This signature event, which has featured world renowned experts such as Dr. Richard Warshak, is supported by over 50 mayors in North Texas and has been attended by hundreds of people. In 2014, Wendy’s court case was featured in the critically acclaimed documentary Divorce Corp. In 2017, Wendy was the chairperson and host of the Parental Alienation Symposium in Dallas, Texas. “Parental Alienation Symposium 2017” made history as the largest event to date solely dedicated to the subject of parental alienation. The symposium featured keynote speaker Dr. Craig Childress and was attended by 250 people from around the world. In 2018, Dr. Craig Childress invited Wendy to join him and be the “point person” for the delivery of the “Ending The Pathology Of Parental Alienation For All Children Everywhere” petition to the American Psychological Association in Washington DC. Wendy also made the opening and closing statements at the National Press Club in Washington DC in connection with the petition delivery. Wendy is the ONLY Texas Education Agency (TEA) Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Provider giving training to schools specifically about parental alienation and co-parenting in relation to school procedures and policies as well as student health and safety! Wendy has been fortunate to receive the support of Dr. Richard Warshak, Dr. Craig Childress, Dr. Sue Cornbluth, Ryan Thomas and many other top experts in the field of parental alienation. Wendy’s passions and strengths include giving educational presentations to the public and professionals, giving TV and radio interviews, giving support to targeted and alienated parents as well as conference and event planning. Whether it’s experts or advocates or families, one of Wendy’s gifts is bringing people together for awareness, education and support.
Executive Director of Americans For Equal Shared Parenting. Active in 24 states with legislation. Personally met with over 400 legislators nationwide. 30 years of political experience. Mission to educate and empower leaders across the US to help pass 50/50 rebuttal presumption at the state level and changes to Title IV-D at the federal level.
“Rising out of a tragic childhood, Dawn has been passionate about being the voice for children. She and her father were erased from each other’s lives for 16,060 days, until they were finally reunited, before he passed away two short years later. In her path to healing, she has chosen to advocate in many areas to help prevent this from happening to children around the world.
Realizing her story is not the only one, Dawn inspires others like her—formerly erased children—to encourage them to share their stories. She has become an ambassador for children, an associate producer for the Erasing Family documentary that exposes the role and effect that a flawed family court system has in family bond obstruction. Additionally, she recently opened and Chairs the first National Parents Organization of Florida (NPO Florida).
NPO Florida focuses on improving state statutes that intend to make all fit and available parents equal to the other in the eyes of the child, preventing one parent from having more control or say over the other. She fights for the child’s human rights to be free to love and be loved, raised, with access to both fit and loving parents equally.
Abigail was raised in Tarpon Springs, Florida by her mother and adoptive father. At 16 years old, Abigail’s mother lost custody of her and her sister to their adoptive parents. Currently Abigail completes in pageants as an opportunity to speak about suicide prevention and how it can impact teens experiencing family instability. She has held one national title and four state titles and currently is a preparing to compete in Miss Florida in the Miss America 2020 competition. The organizations she promotes are National Alliance on Mental Illness and Project No Labels.
Catherine MacWillie has 37 years of experience dealing with Family Law. 24 years as a law enforcement officer with the Los Angeles Police Department responding to radio calls dealing with divorce and custody issues. She was also a first responder to child abuse investigations and other specialized units impacted by Family Law. The past 13 as a Child Custody and Divorce Coach. Catherine spent 10 years researching Family Law identifying that divorce and custody issues may be responsible for 25% crime in United States Homicides, suicides, abduction, child abuse, domestic violence, violation of court orders, violation of restraining orders, stalking and more. Catherine is an advisory board member of the National Family Law Policy Center and the International Support Network of Alienated Families. She is the prior president of Stop PAS, and the prior board member of Parental Alienation Awareness Organization. She is a member of Parental Alienation Study Group and frequently lectures in the United States and internationally on Family Law issues. Catherine lectures both domestically and internationally. Adolescent Medicine and Child Psychiatry Conference, 2017, Berlin, on Court, Crime and Parental Alienation. Parental Alienation Study Group, 2017, Washington DC on Parental Alienation and Law Enforcement. Again in 2019, Philadelphia on Brave New World: What a Revamped Family Law System Would Look Like. International Academy of Law and Mental Health 2019 Rome. Why Parallel Parenting and Not Co-Parenting is the Better Option in High Conflict Cases. International Support Group of Alienated Parents, both in 2014, Impact of Parental Alienation and False Child Abuse Investigations, Long Beach and Los Angeles. Along with numerous conference calls with other organizations locally, as well as the mid west and the east coast are just a few examples.
Çonsultant, writer and author in field of child custody, reunification and parental alienation.
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