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Why not to seek revenge on a Parental Alienator

Dont bother wasting your time and energy seeking revenge or trying to get even with the Parental Alienator in your life. Why? Because they don’t have any empathy, they don’t feel pain, so you cannot even scratch the surface when it comes to revenge. If they felt any empathy or pain they would not have […]

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Pushing Healing Too Fast, Too Hard

Learn to utilize innovative concepts, multi-level communication and specialized tools to resolve emotional disturbance and maladaptive behavior. Because NLP combined with CBT changes how the unconscious mind processes information, improvements are automatic and lasting. My online coaching sessions are painless and can be completed within one to three online or in-person meetings. Traumatic events leave […]

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Parental Alienation – A Checklist

Use these checklist’s to find out whether your relationship with your child is being damaged by parental alienation by the other parent – or whether you are responsible for parental alienation yourself Parental Alienation Processes Pathogenic Parenting – Concern Scale- C.A. Childress,Psy.D The Parenting Practices Rating Scale THE MIRROR WITHOUT A FACE   Badmouthing; Limiting […]

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What Makes Alienating Parents Tick?

What makes an alienating parent tick? Do they suddenly wake up one day, go into revenge-mode, and begin attempting to destroy their child’s relationship with the other parent? Obviously not. The roots of amputative behavior are present (and sometimes hidden) before the abuse begins. In psychological researcher Amy J. L. Baker, PhD’s important book, Breaking the […]

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PCL-R model of psychopathy

The PCL-R is used for indicating a dimensional score, or a categorical diagnosis, of psychopathy for clinical, legal or research purposes.[6] It is rated by a mental health professional (such as a psychologist or other professional trained in the field of mental health, psychology, or psychiatry), using 20 items. Each of the items in the […]

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Top 100 Traits & Behaviors of Personality-Disordered Individuals

Abusive Cycle – This is the name for the ongoing rotation between destructive and constructive behavior which is typical of many dysfunctional relationships and families. Alienation – The act of cutting off or interfering with an individual’s relationships with others. “Always” and “Never” Statements – “Always” and “Never” Statements are declarations containing the words “always” […]

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Pathological Lying: A Psychopathic Manipulation Tool

“Deceit is the linchpin of conscienceless behavior.” ~Martha Stout, The Sociopath Next Door In the beginning of my recovery, very soon after I discovered that the man I thought I knew had never existed, I held on to the one solid piece of truth that I had finally figured out: he was a LIAR. I […]

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The Psychodiagnostic Chart (PDC) Free download

A Practical Tool to Integrate and Operationalize the PDM with the ICD or DSM Robert M. Gordon and Robert F. Bornstein, 2012 Use: The Psychodiagnostic Chart (PDC) is a quick practitioner rating form that integrates the PDM with the ICD or DSM.   The PDC may be used for diagnoses, treatment formulations, progress reports, and outcome assessment, […]

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