How do I know if my ex is turning my child against me? Join our live Parental Alienation Q&A today

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 Parental Alienation is a little-known, but potentially devastating, problem
Parental Alienation is a little-known, but potentially devastating, problem

What exactly is parental alienation?

How do I prove it?

Does parental alienation apply to children over the age of 18?

What are the consequences for the parent who has successfully alienated a child ?

What healing can done once alienation has been confirmed ?

Is it possible to enforce visitation in these cases? 

Learn the answers to these and many more pressing questions in our live Parental Alienation Q&A taking place this week. 


Parental alienation is a recurring problem that affects many families who are experiencing conflict, separation or divorce. It is the situation where the alienating parent teaches the child to reject, fear and avoid having contact with the other parent.

Subscribers are invited to join us for the live webinar and to submit questions to our panel of experts.

Become a News24 subscriber for just R75 a month here.

The live webinar takes place on 11 November at 4pm.  

Only the first 100 people to register for the event will be able to attend. When registering for the event, please use the same email address you used to sign up to News24. 

Please add your questions to the registration form. There will also be an opportunity to pose questions to our panelists during the webinar.  

Once you have registered you will receive an email with details of how to join the webinar.

Find the link to register here

Our panelists include:

Howard Wesley Watson, Pretoria-based Director and Attorney, and Co-Founder of the Parental Alienation Foundation of South Africa. 

Ace Chiheya, Counselling Psychologist and Social Worker based in Sandton. 

Felicity Guest, a Cape Town-based Social Justice Activist and founder of Child Maintenance Difficulties South Africa. 

Riani Ferreira, an Advocate specialising in Family Law in Pretoria. 

Rushka Lee Pedro, Divorce Mediator and Johannesburg-based Alternative Dispute Resolution Practitioner.  

Find the link to register here

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