Member Websites

Christine Adams, M.D.

A child, adolescent, and adult psychiatrist in Louisville, Kentucky. Her website: http://christineadamsmd.org.

Jose Manuel Aguilar Cuenca, Ph.D.

A clinical and forensic psychologist in Cordoba, Spain, the first author to publish books about parental alienation in Spanish and Portuguese. His website: http://www.jmaguilar.com.

Walter Andritzky, Dr. Phil., Dipl.-Psychologist, Dipl.-Sociologist

A psychologist in Düsseldorf, Germany, a psychological expert for the courts, co-editor of Das Parental Alienation Syndrom: Eine inter-disziplinäre Herausforderung für scheidungsbegleitende Berufe. His website in German: http://www.andritzky-online.de.

Nils-Göran Areskoug, M.D., Ph.D.

A physician and musician, Fellow of Strömstad Academy in Sweden, studied intergenerational parental alienation in Scandinavia. Dr. Areskoug’s website: https://sites.google.com/site/coleur/eupasg.

Rebecca Bailey, Ph.D.

A licensed psychologist in Northern California, the director of Transitioning Families, which specializes in reunification counseling. The website for Transitioning Families: http://www.transitioningfamilies.com/.

Amy J. L. Baker, Ph.D.

A research psychologist in New York, New York, author of empirical studies on parental alienation, author of several books including Adult Children of Parental Alienation Syndrome: Breaking the Ties that Bind. Her website: http://www.amyjlbaker.com.

Codin Băltăgan

An organizer and manger of the Asociaţia Română pentru Custodia Comună (Romanian Association for Joint Custody) in Bucharest, Romania. The ARPCC website: http://www.arpcc.ro.

Wilfrid von Boch-Galhau, M.D.

A psychiatrist in Würzburg, Germany, co-editor of Das Parental Alienation Syndrom: Eine interdisziplinäre Herausforderung für scheidungsbegleitende Berufe (The Parental Alienation Syndrome: An Interdisciplinary Challenge for Professionals Involved with Divorce), author of Parental Alienation and Parental Alienation/Disorder: A Serious Form of Psychological Abuse. His websites: http://www.pas-konferenz.de and http://www.drvboch.de.

J. Michael Bone, Ph.D.

A clinical and forensic consultant in Winter Park, Florida, co-author of The Essentials of Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS): It’s Real, It’s Here and It Hurts. His website:  http://www.jmichaelbone.com.

Camelia Anca Borlean, M.Sc.

A psychologist in Oradea, Romania, has consulted to the Court of Justice regarding parental alienation in Romania. Her website:  http://www.cameliaborlean.wordpress.com.

Glenn Caddy, Ph.D.

A former professor of psychology and behavioral science, now in private practice, expert in high conflict family systems and divorce. His website: http://www.info.mind-experts.com.

Enric Carbó, M.A.

A teacher of philosophy in Tortosa, Spain, has conducted research about the epistemological foundations of PAS deniers. His website: http://www.filo.cat.

Nick Child, M.D.

A child psychiatrist and family therapist in Edinburgh, Scotland, hopes to raise the profile of parental alienation by energetic organizing, presenting, and writing. His website covers many topics: http://www.forallthat.com/children-resisting-contact.

Gwendolyn Chubb, B.S.

A child advocate in Chicago, Illinois, Ms. Chubb is the founder and president of Broken Bonds Network, at http://www.brokenbonds.org.

Lisa Cohen B.Pharm, M.Sc.

Based in Hertfordshire, UK, chairs the Jewish Unity for Multiple Parenting (JUMP). The website for JUMP: http://www.jump-parenting.org.uk.

Nancy Cole

The head of the Executive Team and Managing Director of Stable Paths, Miami, Florida, which offers educational, equine-assisted and dolphin-assisted, highly experiential, intensive therapeutic interventions for families impacted by separation due to moderate to severe parental alienation and familial abduction. Stable Paths website: http://www.stablepaths.com.

Christian T. Dum, Ph.D.

In Germany, the head of Väter für Kinder (Fathers for Children). The website for the organization: http://www.beideeltern.de.

Leith Erikson

The director of The Australian Brotherhood of Fathers, which seeks to make changes in law with regard to child custody, access, and payment issues. Their website: http://www.theabf.com.au.

Robert A. Evans, Ph.D.

A school psychologist in Palm Harbor, Florida, provides forensic psychological services including child custody evaluations, attorney and client consultation, and instructional testimony informing courts about parental alienation and reunification programs. His website: http://www.drbobevans.com.

Véronique Gengler

A family and judicial mediator and a family and couples counsellor in Antibes, France, she specializes in therapeutic intervention for parents in high-conflict separations. Her web site: http://www.therapie-familiale-mediation.fr/.

Joseph Goldberg

A family law consultant in Aurora, Ontario, and Winter Park, Florida, the founder of the Canadian Symposium for Parental Alienation Syndrome. His consulting practice website: http://www.ParentalAlienation.ca. His educational website: http://www.ParentalAlienationEducation.com.

John Gomez

Having lived in Japan for 20 years, the founder and current chairman of an organization, Kizuna Child-Parent Reunion (Kizuna CPR), which works toward restoring the human rights of children in Japan, so every child can once again enjoy relationships with both parents. Their website: http://www.kizuna-cpr.org.

Linda Gottlieb, LMFT, LCSW

A family therapist in Long Island, New York, author of The Parental Alienation Syndrome: A Family Therapy and Collaborative Systems Approach to Amelioration. Her website: http://www.endparentalalienation.com. The website for her treatment program: http://www.turningpoints4families.com.

Guglielmo Gulotta, Full Professor

Professor of forensic psychology at the University of Turin, Italy, co-author of La Sindrome di Alienazione Parentale (PAS): Lavaggio del cervello e programmazione dei figli in danno dell’altro genitore (The Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS): Brainwashing and Programming of Children to the Detriment of the Other Parent. His website: http://www.fondazionegulotta.org.

Jennifer J. Harman, Ph.D., and Zeynep Biringen, Ph.D.

Professors at Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, they published Parents Acting Badly: How Institutions and Societies Promote the Alienation of Children from Their Loving Families. Dr. Harman and Dr. Biringen also established the Colorado Parental Alienation Project, which is at http://www.facebook.com/parentalalienationproject.

Phillip Hendrix, M.A., M.B.A.

A family mediator, parent educator, child custody evaluator, and parenting coordinator in Castle Rock, Colorado, Mr. Hendrix makes presenattions, educates others, and leads a large in-person support group, the Colorado Parental Alienation Support Group. His website: http://www.covenantcounselors.com.

Marie-France Hirigoyen, M.D.

A psychiatrist and psychoanalyst in Paris, France, author of Abus de faiblesse et autres manipulations (Abuse of Weakness and Other Manipulations). Her website:  http://www.mariefrance-hirigoyen.com.

Roxie Howard

A mediator and parenting investigator in Fargo, North Dakota. Her website: http://www.roxiehoward.com

Joan T. Kloth-Zanard, R.S.S., L.C.

A counselor and certified guardian ad litem, author of Where Did I Go Wrong? How Did I Miss the Signs? Dealing with Hostile Parenting and Parental Alienation. Her website: http://www.PAS-Intervention.com.

Heleen Koppejan, M.Sc.

A psychologist working on her Ph.D. at the University of Utrecht in the Netherlands, she is interested in and conducting research regarding parental alienation. Her website: http://www.hechtscheiden.com.

Stan Korosi, M. Counseling

A professional counselor and psychotherapist in Melbourne, Australia, director of Overcoming Parental Alienation, founding director of Parental Alienation Australia and New Zealand (PAANZ). His website: http://www.dialogueingrowth.com.au.

Edward Kruk, M.S.W., Ph.D.

A professor of social work at the University of British Columbia and family mediator in Vancouver. His research and teaching activities focus on parental estrangement and alienation, and the viability of shared parenting as a viable alternative approach to the legal determination of parenting after divorce. His website: http://www.edwardkruk.com.

Demosthenes Lorandos, Ph.D., J.D.

A psychologist and attorney in Ann Arbor, Michigan, co-editor of The International Handbook of Parental Alienation Syndrome and Parental Alienation: The Handbook for Mental Health and Legal Professionals. His website:http://www.psychlaw.net.

Brian Ludmer, B.Comm., L.L.B.

An attorney in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, experienced in dealing with complex family law cases involving parental alienation. His website: http://www.ludmerlaw.com.

Catherine MacWillie

Retired from the Los Angeles Police Department, the CEO of Custody Calculations, Ms. MacWillie is a child custody and divorce coach. She is a past president of Stop Parental Alienation of Children and a former board member of the Parental Alienation Awareness Organization. Her website: http://www.custodycalculations.com

Ian Maxwell

The National Manager of Families Need Fathers Scotland and previously Deputy Director of One Parent Families Scotland.  The website for Families Need Fathers Scotland: http://www.fnfscotland.org.uk.

Lady Catherine Meyer, CBE

A leading child advocate and campaigner in the United Kingdom, she is the founder and chief executive of Parents and Abducted Children Together (PACT). The purpose of PACT is to address the growing problem of missing and abducted children at home and abroad. Its website: http://www.pact-online.org.

Olga Odinetz, Ph.D.

A research scientist in Paris, France, the founding president of the Association Contre L’aliénation Parentale. The organization’s websites are: http://www.acalpa.org and http://www.dailymotion.com/ALCAPA.

Jeff Opperman

Danbury, Connecticut, author of A Family’s Heartbreak: A Parent’s Introduction to Parental Alienation (under the penname, Michael Jeffries). His website: http://www.afamilysheartbreak.com.

Marios Panaou

A primary school teacher in Cyprus, the creator of Cyprus Fatherhood Initiative, a group of people promoting married and divorced fathers’ active and positive involvement in their children’s lives. The organization’s website: http://www.cyprusdads.org.

Marco Pingitore

A forensic psychologist, psychotherapist, and criminologist who practices in Cosenza, Italy, he is interested in parental alienation in Italy and in other countries. His websites: http://www.psicologiagiuridica.eu and http://www.alienazioneparentale.it.

Richard Purisky

A child advocate in Leesburg, Virginia, has published a book, Abuse & Betrayal: The Cautionary True Story of Divorce, Mistakes, Lies and Legal Abuse, regarding his own experiences with parental alienation. He has set up an organization, the National Coalition against Parental Alienation, an organization for facilitating awareness and effective solutions for PAS. His website: http://www.againstpas.org.

Ronald R. Rohner, Ph.D.

Professor emeritus at the University of Connecticut, Storrs, Connecticut, founder of the Center for the Study of Interpersonal Acceptance and Rejection. The Center’s website: http://www.csiar.uconn.edu.

Robert Samery

Located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, vice president of Parental Alienation Awareness Organization (PAAO). The PAAO website: http://www.paawareness.org.

Amanda Sillars

Located in Applecross, Western Australia, started an organization, Parental Alienation Australia, with the mission of raising awareness regarding parental alienation. The website of Parental Alienation Australia: parentalalienationaustralia.org.au. Ms. Sillars was also the founder and director of Eeny Meeny Miney Mo Foundation, a nonprofit organization in Australia that works to protect children from the severe risks that arise during and after family separation. Their website: http://www.emmm.org.au.

Traci L. Slatton

A New York City based journalist and the author of eleven books of fiction and non-fiction. Her website: http://www.tracilslatton.com. Her Huffington Post column can be found at http://www.huffingtonpost.com/traci-l-slatton/.

Asunción Tejedor Huerta, Ph.D.

A forensic psychologist in Asturias, Spain, Dr. Tejedor studied parental alienation in Spain, Columbia, and Mexico, and taught courses for the Official College of Psychologists in Spain. Her website: http://www.dialogogabinetepsicologico.com/.

Ole Texmo

A writer in Oslo, Norway, founder of Forum for menn og omsorg (Forum for Men and Caring). His website: http://www.krisesenter.org.

Cherie Thorpe

A targeted parent and domestic violence abuse survivor, Ms. Thorpe resides in Perth, Western Australia. She offers a one-on-one, not-for-profit counselling service for targeted, alienated parents, empowering them with help, advice, education and knowledge. Her website: http://www.pathogenicparentingsite.wordpress.com.

Benoit Van Dieren, Ph.D.

A psychologist in Louvain la Neuve, Belgium, developed a legal and therapeutic intervention for parents in high-conflict separations. His website: http://www.separation-parentale.eu.

Sue Whitcombe, DCounsPsych

Director and Principal Psychologist at Family Psychology Solutions and lecturer at Teesside University, U.K., conducts research and assessments for the family courts, delivers training to mental health, social care and legal professionals. Her website: http://www.familypsychologysolutions.org.

Chelsey L. Williams, B.A.

Ms. Williams created the Parental Alienation Global Forum as a way to share information and resources about parental alienation. The website of the Forum: https://www.facebook.com/paglobeldirectory/?ref=hl. Ms. Willliams’ website: http://www.alienationcoach.com.

Karen Woodall

Ms. Woodall is the director of therapeutic services at the Family Separation Clinic, London, U.K. The website of the clinic: http://www.familyseparationclinic.co.uk.

Joep Zander

Deventer, Netherlands, author of Moeder-kind-vader: een drieluik over ouderverstoting (Mother-Father-Child: A Trilogy about Parental Alienation, editor of Verpasseerd ouderschap: loyaliteitsmisbruik en ouderverstotingssyndroom (Parenting Broken by PAS: Loyalty Abuse and Parental Alienation Syndrome). His website: http://www.joepzander.nl.