Webinar: Explore the Replacement Child

FIRST OF ITS KIND WEBINAR TO DISCUSS REPLACEMENT CHILD SYNDROME, THE UNKNOWN PHENOMENON

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1 – 2 pm EST.

To register for the free webinar, visit ReplacementChild.net for additional information.

Experts weigh in on the often ignored but traumatic effects of being the “Replacement Child” and how it affects the people around them and the world.

(NATIONWIDE) Lisa Hagan Books, in collaboration with Psychology Today, a top mental health site that has dedicated itself to exploring the connections between mind, body, and spirit, will host The Replacement Child: The Unknown Phenomenon, a webinar focusing on Replacement Child syndrome on Wednesday, November 15, 2017 at 1pm EST.

The Replacement Child is one who is conceived or adopted to fill the absence of a deceased child. Although the term “Replacement Child” was coined over 50 years ago, it has little to no presence in psychological and psychiatric studies and media.

The purpose of the webinar will be:
• To bring awareness to Replacement Child Syndrome and the effects it has on individuals and their families;
• To gain a more in-depth understanding of the Replacement Child phenomenon;
• To provide insight for professionals in the fields of psychology and psychiatry; and
• To introduce the idea of incorporating Replacement Child syndrome in post-secondary and doctoral psychology and psychiatry programs

Moderated by Hara Estroff Marano, Editor at Large for Psychology Today, the participants will be:

Barbara Jaffe, Ed.D., author of When Will I Be Good Enough? A Replacement Child’s Journey to Healinghttp://www.barbaraannjaffe.com

Abigail Brenner, MD, co-author of Replacement Children: The Unconscious Script http://www.abigailbrenner.com

Rita Battat Silverman, co-author of Replacement Children: The Unconscious Script http://www.ritabattatsilverman.com

Judy L. Mandel, author of Replacement Child – a memoir http://www.judymandel.com

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