WELCOME TO SILENT VOICES FOR THE CHILDREN
Our mission is healing through love so our children have a peaceful future and earth to live on. Healing one heart at a time by providing provoking thought, inspiration and encouragement to all who have been victimized by something. We are not victims. We have the strength inside us to change that thought. Healing comes from within. Be the change you wish to see in the world. 🌎💖☮️🙏🏻🦋🎶♾
Our world is not working because the systems in existence are no longer working and there are too many traumatized and angry human beings and in most cases we don’t know which way to turn anymore. Sometimes it doesn’t feel like there is any help out there. We must learn to grieve our losses in a way that is helpful, we need connection with others and those that lead so they can understand what people go through.
We are here to help you do just that. We need to create change for ourselves, but more importantly for our children and future generations.
Mark is a strategist, when it comes to working with a high conflice divorce and a consultant for the Equal Parenting for Children Non-Profit organization in Canada. His approach is unique and his strategies have helped many that have navigated through Family Court.
Dr. Mark Roseman is an experienced family mediator, and child custody and relationship expert offering guidance for child outcomes when parents separate. His research focuses on high conflict divorce, child custody orders and reunification. His mission is to help educate professionals about effective approaches for working with families in transition. Dr. Roseman is the CEO of the Toby Center for Family Transitions which he founded in 2010. Based in Delray Beach, FL, the Toby Center has emerged a major provider of supervised visitation services and reunification therapy in Florida and Connecticut.
Word Warrior, Alyce shares how she rose from the childhood trauma and found her journey to healing herself as well as helping others to heal. She shares her methods and offers tools that she used that helped her along her way.
WILLIAM J. McGEE is the author of HALF THE CHILD, a novel published in 2018. Among other pursuits, he teaches undergraduate and graduate Creative Writing; represents travelers as a consumer advocate in Washington; and is an award-winning investigative journalist and columnist. He is the former Editor-in-Chief of Consumer Reports Travel Letter; he also worked in airline flight operations and served in the U.S. Air Force Auxiliary. He is the author of ATTENTION ALL PASSENGERS (HarperCollins, 2012), a nonfiction exposé of the airline industry, and is developing AirFear, a scripted television drama.
Dr. Torri J is a transplant from Kalamazoo, Michigan and currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia where she is the Founder & CEO of The Fatherless Generation Foundation.
Meet Alyse Price-Tobler, who has over 30 years of experience in the mental health field and is a Clinical Psychotherapist. She is working on her PhD. in Parental Alienation and in addition, she specializes in mental health, homelessness, disabilities, and family and domestic violence. Alyse is the creator of the SEMPI Social Communication Model and her motto is: “People don’t care how much you know, until they know how much you care” and “Empower the people – empower your community through empowered SEMPI real conversations”.
Junior Witter shares his journey to making his family whole and advocating for others as they transition through the family court system. He may have found his niche! Come join us as we listen to him share his wisdom and strategies. Welcome to our family Junior!
Caroline and Dawn speak about communication that is meaningful and can help to bring our communities together. The SEMPI Model is a way we can do that, by learning how to have a deeper level of communication where we feel heard and there is not an imbalance of power.
Meet Danica Joan, Founder of Kids Need Both, Inc, a thriving non-profit agency based in Central Florida that offers State approved co-parenting classes, court-ordered parenting classes, supervised visitation, and child exchange. Classrooms are located in Lakeland, Casselberry, and community centers throughout Central and South Florida.