Parental Alienation Australia Research

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Calling for Abstracts


Parental Alienation… bringing practice, science and law out of the fog

will be held on the Gold Coast, Queensland

from 17th – 19th June, 2020

Closing date for Abstracts:  15th December 2019



Parental Alienation Australia Ltd is calling for abstracts for  individual research or professional practice papers.  Please note that  presentations are 20 minutes each including audience question time of 5 minutes.

Please provide the following information and submit your abstract to by midnight on the 15th December 2019.

Information to submit with abstract:

Names of authors:

Name of presenter:

Title of paper: (no more than 12 words)

Abstract: (no more that 250 words)

Presenter biography: (no more than 250 words)

Contact Email:

Contact Phone Number:

Abstracts who do not conform to the word limits will not be considered. Late abstracts will not be considered.

Aim of Conference

We are delighted to announce our second conference  with the theme Parental Alienation: Bringing Practice, Science and the  Law out of the Fog. Building on the success of our last conference where parental alienation was presented as family  violence, our second conference aims to provide mental health and legal  practitioners with information, skills and techniques for working with families and individuals experiencing parental alienation.

Matters involving parental alienation are complex.   They can leave the most experienced and skilled practitioner uncertain  about the best course of action.  At the Parental Alienation: Bringing  Practice, Science and the Law conference we will be providing keynote speakers and workshops focused on the latest evidence based practices in response to parental alienation. Delegates  will be provided with the skills they need to help them navigate their  work with these complex matters.  There will  be a variety of presentations and workshops that include skills-based  activities that can be translated immediately into clinical and legal  practice.

This conference is for mental health and legal practitioners as well as researchers in the field.

There will also be workshops dedicated to  individuals experiencing parental alienation.  These workshops will  provide important up-to-date information about parental alienation and  how to better respond to and cope with it. 

We look forward to welcoming you to our conference and please save the dates 17th - 19th June, 2020.