Being Mom without Children at Home – Monthly Panel Discussion

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This month our esteemed panelists are discussing “Being mom without children at home.” 

Here at Kids Need Both, we honor the eternal unity of the family bond. We as advocates recognize that not all children have unencumbered access to a loving relationship due to Parental Alienation. This Panel Discussion is an opportunity for parents and professionals to gain insight on how to powerfully overcome or prevent this from occurring.


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May 23 2021


2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Kids Need Both, Inc


Kids Need Both, Inc


  • Danica Joan
    Danica Joan
    Founder & Director, Kids Need Both Inc.

    Danica is a Certified Family Mediator with the Florida Supreme Court, a Guardian Ad Litem, the author of Florida’s Family Stabilization Parent Education Curriculum, a Personal Custody Coach and founder of Kids Need Both, Inc. She’s devoted her life to guiding families, through coaching, education and resources, to find workable, equitable, solutions to their custody conflicts. Her model includes educating professionals in the custody field, thus completing the circle of stakeholders, who will be empowered to find the best solutions for all. She continues to seek opportunities to collaborate with organizations that will support her model, and bring global healing to families.

  • Dawn McCarty
    Dawn McCarty
    Founder of Safe@Home

    Dawn McCarty is a champion against childhood emotional abuse, cyberbullying, and human trafficking
    Advocate for Adult Child Survivor of Childhood Trauma, and Parental Childhood Abduction and Alienation. Her Specialties include
    Data Loss Prevention and Identity and Access Management.
    Dawn is also an associate producer of Erasing Family Documentary.

  • Dwilene Lindsey
    Dwilene Lindsey
    CEO & Co-Founder of Children for Tomorrow

    DWILENE LINDSEY is a life-long Houstonian; she is the oldest of three girls. At the age of 17, she lost her dad to a tragic accident, which devastated the family. From this point is where her strength grew as an individual and where God refined her passion for children’s emotional needs. Dwilene has a Bachelor of Business Administrative (BBA), with Summa Cum Laude honors. She is a member of a business sorority Sigma Beta Delta.

    Dwilene also has a background in Interior Design and is a thriving entrepreneur. She is an active member at Houston First Baptist Church and a mentor to young women through the TAG team, (Touching Another Generation). She volunteers in the community with Houston Project, and Children 4 Tomorrow, which she is a Founder. She has been a member of the State of Texas Historically Underutilized Business (HUB), Certified Minority Women Business, Houston Metro and TEC Advisory for Sheldon ISD.

  • Linda Reutzel
    Linda Reutzel
    MISSOURI Board Treasurer, National Parents Organization

    Linda Reutzel is a Member of the Board of National Parents Organization, a nonprofit committed to changing Family Courts and making shared parenting the law nationwide. She and her husband, Gene, live in Cape Girardeau, MO, and have a grown son and a daughter.

  • Monique Mason
    Monique Mason
    Co-Parenting & Reunification Coach

    Monique Mason is the co-owner of Pathways Family Coaching Ltd. with over 19 years of personal experience as an alienated parent, reunited step-mother, and now professional Co-Parenting and Reunification Coach.

    With a background in engineering, she is a trained problem solver; but has chosen to follow a new path and apply these skills to helping parents expose alienation in their families and give their child a voice. She is equally passionate about helping parents who are in a position where they must defend themselves against false allegations of alienation.

  • Nathan BenAmoz
    Nathan BenAmoz
    Founder & CEO of Hope Community Platforms

    Nathan is an innovator, entrepreneur, and community activist. He started his career as a marketing intern in his Uncle’s business. He went on the manage a digital overhaul of a business finance company and numerous other web and media campaigns across the personal development and healthcare fields.

    Nathan’s work led him to Tesla Motors in 2013, a year of critical growth for the company. Though he was a top performer and had a bright future, he took a risk and left a safe career to pursue his dreams of leaving a mark worthy of his life…


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