Public Service Programs
The dynamics in parent-child relational problems are complex, and often times child protection investigators who are contacted to investigate emotional abuse or,psychological abuse are untrained to do so, and even required to refer this type of abuse to the courts.
Parental alienation and Child Psychological Abuse is a distinct sub-set of problems for children and their family members. There is a substantial risk that abuse in these situations will leave many children unprotected and at risk of further harm.
In what we hope will be recognized as a progressive step toward swifter court and CPS interventions, we are proud to announce our decision to offer - No Cost video education services.
• Starting in 2014, our organization will be providing its video education services at no cost to family law judges and child protection agencies across the United States and Canada.
• In April 2014, when our website will transition to a fully multi-lingual website, our public service program will extend its policy of no cost video education to family law judges and child protection agencies across the globe.