Competition Give-aways

The Parental Alienation Syndrome: A Family Therapy and Collaborative Systems Approach to Amelioration – Linda J Gottlieb
Father-Daughter Relationships: Contemporary Research & Issues – Linda Nielsen
Ten Conversations You Must Have With Your Son - Tim Hawkes & Tim Hawkes
SuperDad SpeedBible - Ryan Heffernan
Out on a Limb: A Single Father’s Guide to his Family’s Lore of the Jungle – Simon Turner
Reservoir Dad - Clint Greagen
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April 30 Parental Alienation – Can it be treated?

After encountering and treating in her private practice more than 500 children who had been victimized to some degree by Parental Alienation, Linda Gottlieb Kase developed an expertise in diagnosing and treating this highly dysfunctional family dynamic, which is so detrimental to children. Linda talks to us about her approach to treatment for those caught up in Parental Alienation and her work as an expert witness in Family Therapy, Family Dynamics, Parental Alienation, Estrangement and Family Reunification.


May 7 Ten Conversations You Must Have With Your Son

Parents are all too familiar with the difficulties of relating to their sons in a language that they understand while they grow from boys to men. Our guest today is Dr Tim Hawkes who as Headmaster of The King’s School is responsible for 1500 boys. Dr Hawkes has held this position since 1998 adding to a wealth of experience gained in England and Australia on how boys can best reach their potential as men.



May 14 SuperDad SpeedBible: The toolbox for men with young kids

Ever thought about how when you leave the hospital with your new baby you do not receive an instruction manual? Our guest this week Ryan Heffernan has addressed this issue. In his entertaining and informative book Ryan provides a welcome toolbox for any Dad left with the responsibility of caring for a young child in the age range of 0-6. In fact any parent will welcome this no-nonsense source book for handling the challenges of parenting where you get the benefit of learning from a single Dad’s experience. What’s more with Ryan Heffernan giving us the lesson there is a lot of fun to be had which everyone can enjoy.



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