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Psychiatric Pathology

Psychiatric Pathology
Diagnostic Indicator 3: The presence in the child’s symptom display of severe psychiatric psychopathology involving an induced delusional belief and possibly induced phobic anxiety.

Pathogenic parenting that is creating severe developmental pathology, personality disorder pathology, and psychiatric pathology in a child as a means to stabilize the parent’s own psychopathology, and which is resulting in the loss for the child of
an affectionally bonded relationship with a normal-range and affectionally available parent, reasonably represents a DSM-5 diagnosis of V995.51 Child Psychological Abuse, Confirmed – which then activates the mental health professional’s “duty to protect” and professional obligation to take affirmative actions to protect the child.

The pathology of “parental alienation” is not a child custody issue, it is a child protection issue

http://drcachildress.org/asp/admin/getFile.asp?RID=117&TID=6&FN=pdf

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