We are very proud of our relationship with the Eeny Meeny Miney Mo Foundation who are at the forefront of Parental Alienation Support and Prevention in Australia. Their spokesperson Amanda Sillars has helped share our art and our messages around building awareness of the problem by helping people understand the how it happens.
Finally the tides are starting to turn in Australia on this issue and in October (17-19) this year Eeney Meaney Miney Mo will host a panel of world experts at a conference in Tasmania.
‘The aim of the Conference – Parental Alienation | Family Violence Lost in the Fog is to provide a forum for presentation and discussion of the latest research, professional practice issues and developments in understanding parental alienation. The Conference is for practitioners and researchers who are interested in learning more about what parental alienation is, how to identify it and what to do about it. The conference will include keynote presentations from Dr Demosthenes Lorandos, Karen Woodall and Nick Woodall who are world renowned experts in parental alienation. The conference will showcase current research and professional practice issues.’
Amanda is working on sharing our images as part of this important meeting of minds who care.