Saturday, August 6, 2016

Top 15 dingen die verstoten ouders moeten weten over AB-PA

1. The only thing Attachment-Based Parental Alienation (AB-PA) has in common with
"Parental Alienation Syndrome" (PAS) are the words "Parental Alienation”.

2. AB-PA answers the question "what is the scientifically based psychology behind
parental alienation?"

3. AB-PA is not a theory; it is composed entirely of established and accepted peer reviewed
psychological literature. The application of standard and fully accepted psychological constructs and principles to a set of symptoms is called “diagnosis.”

4. AB-PA does not describe a mental illness; it describes a specific set of symptoms in a
child which will lead a psychologist to a clinical DSM-5 diagnosis of V995.51 Child
Psychological Abuse, Confirmed.

5. AB-PA describes a form of pathogenic parenting, which is a clinical term for parenting
behavior that is so aberrant and distorted that it creates psychopathology in a child.

6. AB-PA cannot be rejected by the mental health system because it is entirely drawn from
their work.

7. AB-PA provides psychologists with a set of three clinical diagnostic indicators (symptoms)
which must all be present in the child.

8. AB-PA is based entirely on the symptoms being displayed by the child; no other person
needs to be clinically assessed for symptoms.

9. AB-PA shows how the three symptoms are each evidence of a different psychopathology
being created in the child.

10. AB-PA describes how the combination of these three psychopathologies can only be
created in a child through pathogenic parenting.

11. AB-PA can reliably and consistently make the distinction between 'oppositional defiant'
children and ‘alienated children.

12. AB-PA can reliably and consistently make the distinction between authentic child abuse
and false allegations of abuse made by a child who is being influenced by pathogenic

13. AB-PA cannot be misused by an abusive parent to trick the court system into giving
them custody.

14. AB-PA can be used by your child's psychologist today. A confirmed DSM-5 diagnosis of
V995.51 Child Psychological Abuse will activate the psychologist’s 'duty to protect' and
require them to report the abuse to child protective services.

15. AB-PA gives targeted parents the power to hold psychologists accountable for
standards of professional competence in assessments, diagnosis, and treatment.

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