A message from Our Board Chair
Dr. Monty Weinstein
It has been approximately five years since Karen Wagner and I started the NPRA. Since that time we have been active, alive and vibrant and have been testifying all over the US and consulting with parents as far away as India, Australia, New Zealand and The Netherlands.
Furthermore through our concerted efforts and
with the help of many NPRA members we won a
criminal trial in Alpharetta, GA and we have filed a
successful writ of mandamus in NY Supreme Court
gaining an injunction against the State of NY. We
helped a mother in NJ get her children back, from
Texas also got joint custody in PA for one of our
members. We are continuing to fight the good fight in
many courts around the country as well as defending
the concept of parental alienation in many courts.
Hopefully the new DSM-V will include parental
alienation as I am one of the contributing authors.
We are still mourning the death of one of our
members, Gregg Eisenhauer, who died a year ago at
this holiday time. He was a brave soul and we continue
to mourn him and our hearts go out to his children.
Our future plans include The NPRA Parenting
Institute to begin in Georgia and spread throughout the
US. We welcome our new board members: Bobby
Cahill, Tom Shallow and my son, Dr. Alan Weinstein to
the NPRA Family!
Please show your support by sending your tax free
donation to NPRA,
3225 Cedar Bluff Drive,
Marietta, GA 30062.
TOGETHER WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE
The mission of the National Parents' Rights Association (NPRA) is to educate and inform parents regarding their legal rights. It also provides information and training on behalf of children's accessibility to both parents, and parents’ Constitutional Rights, particularly when the parents' rights are being compromised by a governmental agency or a custodial parent. The NPRA provides education services including parenting seminars, divorce seminars, legal seminars and forensic expertise classes to parents who are in need of gaining or maintaining access to their children or who need information and training on how to navigate the education, social and/or judicial systems. The NPRA in most cases advocates for shared parenting and the primary rights of parents over The State and further support the notion that it is in the best interest of children to enjoy equal access to both parents. The NPRA board will screen lawyers, therapists, psychologists, educators and social workers and hire them to provide education on historical and current issues affecting parents and their rights.