Posted in Parental Alienation & Narcissistic Personality Disorder

Diagnosis, Karen. Diagnosis.

Everyone must be so excited when you tell them this about diagnosis. But you’ve known all this all along, haven’t you Karen. Because you certainly wouldn’t treat a pathology that you haven’t even diagnosed yet. That’d be absurd. No one does that. The treatment for cancer is different than the treatment for diabetes, you have to diagnose a pathology first, to know what the treatment plan is. Right, Karen?

Of course. That would be absurd. Right, Karen.

Craig Childress, Psy.D.
Clinical Psychologist, PSY 18857

Dr. Craig Childress: Attachment Based "Parental Alienation" (AB-PA)

Well, I had so much hope that when Karen identified her “new pathology” as a Dissociative Identity Disorder (multiple personality) that she had finally returned to established constructs for describing pathology – you know, the ideas and terms that EVERYBODY else in professional psychology uses.

I was wrong.  She’s wandering back into her grandiosity on her more recent blog, again.  She is using professional terms incorrectly – not in their established definitions.  In doing that, she is creating confusion.  She needs to stick to reality. (Karen’s blog).

A fixed and false belief that is maintained despite contrary evidence.  In the case of elevated self-opinion “without commensurate background” it would be considered a grandiose delusion.  Did I mention that grandiose delusions are associated with two pathologies, a grandiose delusion is a “mood-congruent” psychotic delusion in mania, so a biplolar disorder with psychotic features is one place they occur, and…

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