Posted in Parental Alienation & Narcissistic Personality Disorder

The Denial of the PAS is the Primary Defense of the Alienator

Parental Rights

by Richard A. Gardner. M.D.
Department of Child Psychiatry, College of Physicians and Surgeons
Columbia University, New York, New York, USA

A parent accused of inducing a PAS in a child is likely to engage the services of a lawyer who may invoke the argument that there is no such thing as a PAS.

The reasoning goes like this: “If there is no such thing as the PAS, then there is no programmer, and therefore my client cannot be accused of brainwashing the children.” This is an extremely important point, and I cannot emphasize it strongly enough. It is a central element in the controversy over the PAS, a controversy that has been played out in courtrooms not only in the United States but in various other countries as well.

And if the allegedly dubious lawyer can demonstrate that the PAS is not listed in DSM-IV, then the position is…

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