November Panel Discussion: Get through to your child with Unconditional Positive Regard in Shared Parenting
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.
Danica JoanFounder & 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 McCartyFounder 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.
Jim and Jessica BrazAuthors of Baby Out of Wedlock: Co-Parenting Basics From Pregnancy to Custody
Years before Jim and Jessica Braz married, they each had a child born out of wedlock with other partners. They wrote Baby Out of Wedlock to answer basic, but common questions about this situation, thereby reducing legal bills and leading to healthier co-parenting relationships.
Disclaimer: Jim and Jessica Braz are not lawyers. While they have real-life experience in the issues discussed here, they do not give legal advice on this website. Furthermore, child custody laws, child support calculations, and family law, in general, vary from state to state. Be sure to consult an attorney in the appropriate state for your custody litigation.