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Parental Alienation, ICD and DSM5 – Summary

PARENTAL ALIENATION – DSM5 and ICD9/10 The words “Parental Alienation” is not in DSM5 or ICD but the spirit is. In stead of one specific description the numerous foundations of P.A.S. is documented. The Courts recognises the welfare of the child as the main factor therefor the selection of DSM / ICD codes under the ACE (Adverse Childhood Experiences) heading is applicable. (Only the main codes are mentioned here. See detailed PAAA document elsewhere that will include other documented effects and co-effects).

Emotional Abuse – Adult PAS Children V15.42 (Z62.811)

past history V61.21 (Z69.010)(Z69.020)

Parent or non parent V15.49 (Z91.49)

History of trauma Emotional Abuse – PAS Children 995.51 (T74-32**)

Child Psychological Abuse – Contacts V61.21 (Z69.010)

Psychological abuse by parent V61.21 (Z69.020)

Psychological abuse by non-parent V15.49 (Z91.49)

Other Psychological Trauma Emotional Neglect- Adult PAS Children V61.20 (Z62.820)

Parent-child relational problem V61.8 (Z62.891)

Sibling relational problem V61.8 (Z62.29)

Upbringing away from parents V61.29 (Z62.898)

as Child affected by parental relationship distress V61.10 (Z63.0)

Relationship distress with spouse or intimate partner V61.03 (Z63.5)

Disruption of family by separation or divorce V61.8 (Z63.8)

High expressed emotion level within family V62.82 (Z62.896)

Uncomplicated bereavement Emotional Neglect- PAS Children V61.20 (Z62.820)

Parent-child relational problem V61.8 (Z62.891)

Sibling relational problem V61.8 (Z62.29)

Upbringing away from parents V61.29 (Z62.898)

Child affected by parental relationship distress V61.03 (Z63.5)

Disruption of family by separation or divorce V61.8 (Z63.8)

High expressed emotion level within family V62.82 (Z62.896)

Uncomplicated bereavement

http://pa.aps.ie/1page/1%20Page%20PA-DSM5.pdf

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