I’m a dead man. These people around me now, they think I’m alive. But you, the one who’s reading this, you understand. I’m dead, right? See. They don’t understand. You do.
They think we have time. It’s that death delusion thing – existential psychology – our inherent fear of death, of impermanence. We lose everything we hold dear… time… the inexorable march of time, sand slipping through our hands even as we try to hold on to the moments.
Grief and loss. We avoid the sadness and grief at understanding by going delusional… la-la-la, things are going to be the same forever. There’s time, there’s always time.
No. There’s not. You understand. I’m dead. See. All done. They don’t understand.
I’m going to try to wake them up a bit on that, because I’ve only got a bit of time left, a moment. We’ll see if I can awaken some of them, maybe we can get a little bit more accomplished before I leave. How’d I do? You know. Did any of them wake up?
Doesn’t matter, not my worry. I’m dead. They may be too by this time. You can see what I was doing, Man, that ignorance and sloth is just a killer. Of all the monsters I’ve tackled, that ignorance and sloth one over here, it’s like that big, dumb, troll ogre thing, uhhhhhggg. That combination, ignorance and sloth, jeeze. Reminds me of neglect trauma. I hate neglect trauma.
Ignorance and sloth, boy-oh-boy that’s a tough combination.
And then there’s the transference dream. Wow, that is an interesting one. To have a transference dream at this scope, and they don’t see it. They are psychology people and they don’t see the transference. Captured. So I’m basically doing psychoanalytic therapy on all of professional psychology.
For a clinical psychologist, that’s a challenge of a career. You understand. You see. Once we clear the dream… Doesn’t do me much good now. I have a moment. Maybe three. How many do I have? You know.
I’m going to assume one. I will do one last thing. Then, if I can, I’ll do two, and if I have time three. How many did I get to? That’s a shame. There was so much more. Oh well. I’m not doing this again. Get someone else next time. That ignorance and sloth, the savage cruelty. I’m done. Last assignment. I don’t like it here.
I’m tired. It’s taken a lot to get here. Expose that which is hidden.
I’m ready. I’m done. I was worried at first whether I’d have enough time. That was why I kicked out that first set of YouTubes. Triage. Seriously, that’s what that was. I’m trauma guy, I get over here and there’s massive-massive trauma, I immediately jumped into triage mode. What’s the fastest way to get the knowledge to the people who need it… YouTube.
Once I had the YouTube up, I had a little time, but this is active abuse and trauma, these patients are bleeding out and dying, all over the place. There are parents who haven’t seen their kids in 10 years. TEN YEARS, oh my god. And other’s are still in active abuse trauma, with kids, ten-year olds, 14-year-olds, kids who they haven’t seen in years. Oh my god, that’s awful. And kids, not receiving the love of mom or dad… for YEARS. Oh my god, this is the worst thing I’ve ever seen.
This is the worst thing I’ve ever seen, and I’ve just come from child abuse trauma in the foster care system – early childhood no less – three year olds who have been sexually abused by meth addicts, five year olds beaten with electrical cords… I left that, entered private practice, wandered over here out of curiosity and,..
Oh – my – god. This is the worst thing, the worst abuse and trauma, ongoing abuse and trauma, that I have ever seen. I’m a clinical psychologist. I’m working, start with triage, get them the IV of knowledge set up, see if we can save a few while we figure out how to stop this.
And these psychology people are acting like this is all okay. Holy cow. That’s nuts! What’s going on, oh my god it’s trans-generational trauma and it’s captivated all of them in the transference dream… the “bad parent” needs to be “punished” – they “deserve” to suffer, oh my god, we have that brutality and abuse line… active… by the mental health people. They are participating in the abuse of these parents.
Oh my god. The mental health people are being used as a tool, an instrument, of the abuse. And its unconscious. They are captivated in the transference, they don’t see.
How’d that happen. Trans-generational trauma, it caught them on their counter-transference. But where’s their empathy? Dang. They have none. These mental health people have zero empathy for the suffering of these parents, and they have no understanding for the child, zero-zero empathy for the child.
Absence of empathy, abuse. We’re spot on into a narcissistic abuse trauma, active, ongoing, with the mental health people as a primary instrument of the abuse. The mental health people are a weapon of abuse. The child is the primary weapon, and the mental health people are collaborating in it.
Dang. I can’t just walk away from these parents, these children. I can’t walk away from the kids. I’ve got to do something… okay.
Dang. Where do we start? Triage. Let’s get the solution into them as fast as possible, use knowledge to solve pathology, diagnosis, let’s get them that as fast as possible.
Then I studied the pathogen. I studied the history of Gardner and the response. Why are they using such an awful-awful model rather than just applying knowledge? Oh, psychiatrists, Master’s level, they’re not psychologists. Where are the psychologists? Forensic psychology. So, then, what are they doing?
Oh my god. That is awful. They are just making stuff up, they are applying zero knowledge from anywhere, WHAT? $40,000 for an assessment? That is an OBSCENE financial rape of these parents. And look at what they are. That is the WORST assessment of anything I’ve ever seen, smoke and mirrors – oh my god these forensic people are just raping these parents, financial rape, bend over and take it… they are the most foul professionals…
Ethics. That’s where we’ll have to go with them. There is an actual APA ethics code. They are disgusting filth as psychologists.
But they are powerful. They have puffy vitaes of emptiness, they are a collective, they will protect their rape of these families. Oh my god… this is a rippling of sex abuse trauma – rejecting a parent – the shame line. These parents are the little girl. They are being isolated by forensic psychology, that threat to licensure isolating the victim from clinical psychology, a “special” field of psychology just for this population, this vulnerable population. And these parents are being abused by the psychologists, raped, financially raped in their vulnerability.
Disgusting, foul and disgusting. These are the lowest form of professional – I’m not even going to call them professionals anymore. They are abusing their patients for financial gain, for their counter-transference cruelty – the “bad parent” deserves to suffer. Filth and corruption, inside them.
This is a ripple of sex abuse trauma. Straight up on the borderline, probably to the mother of the narcissistic line.
The solution is the application of knowledge. There are a lot of powerful vested interests. We’ll see how the Gardnerian “experts” respond when I bring knowledge and its solution. If I can get their support that’d be helpful when I go up against forensic psychology. Forensic psychology is going to be exceedingly dangerous, the pathogen inhabiting them has power in its positions of authority. I’ll have to find ethical psychologists in these organizations.
I need to get out into the light and stay there. When I take on these disgusting forensic filth, I’m going to need to be fully in the light of day, because they are going to want to hurt me and destroy me, to maintain their financial rape hidden and unseen, their rape and exploitation of these parents, and the abandonment of these children to child abuse. They don’t want that exposed. They will try to hurt me. I must stay in the light.
I must find ethical psychologists to stand with me. How’d I do? Did anyone stand and speak? Did anyone come to these families and children? I know… eventually. That makes me sad.
That’s who the battle is going to be with. The power of forensic psychology. They have the AFCC and the APA, a Division in the APA. They own the power structures. They’re solidly anchored in the courts. I am going to have to expose and take out an entire field of professional psychology. A very powerful field, who have zero ethics, zero standards of practice, and who have been violating the APA ethics code wantonly and with no regard at all for what’s right or wrong, for decades. And they own the APA.
This is going to take some time to get ready.
Sheesh, what are those? What? Flying monkeys? Pretty good term for ‘em. Yeah, its that counter-transference delusional thing. We’re into delusion and trauma world here. We’re entirely transference, pretty much everyone. These monkeys though, boy, they’re a dangerous lot in their psychotic nonsense.
Ahhh, jeeze. You know what… that monkey line is in forensic psychology and the family courts too, isn’t it? This is really dangerous. Active narcissistic and borderline pathology in litigation with an attorney surrounding exactly the transference trauma, and colluding narcissistic professionals in both mental health – upper echelons – and the legal system.
And I’m just me. Hmmm. Hardly seems fair. Maybe they should get some more help.
Okay. Gotta take on the ignorance, sloth, and power – abusive and dangerous power – of forensic psychology. We’ll see if I can get some help from the parents’ current allies, these Gardnerian PAS people. I’ll bring over knowledge and solution and see what’s up with them.
They’re captured too. Everyone’s captured by their narcissistic inflation, the Gardnerians, the forensic puffy vitaes, although theirs is more just the financial rape of these parents, my goodness gracious, $20,000 to $40,000 for that worthless piece of crap that isn’t even a valid assessment… there’s a bunch of narcissistic pathology in forensic psychology no doubt, but mostly it’s just rape and exploitation.
It’s the absence of empathy in forensic psychology that is just chilling… and so wrong. We’re psychology – we are empathy – and we most definitely do NOT traumatize our patients. They do. All the time.
Isolate the victim, alone, away from resources and help, “out in the woods,” so you can abuse them. Keep them silent through shame. And the only allies they have are leading them into the worst model of a pathology ever developed in the history of mankind, and they’re being made to prove a pathology, to a judge, a legal professional, at trial, an expensive-expensive trial. Rather than simply get a diagnosis.
Persecutory delusion, Shared Psychotic Disorder. DSM-IV. Persecutory delusion, Child Psychological Abuse, DSM-5.
Wow, I’m going to have to kill this PAS construct first. These PAS “experts” aren’t going to like that. They have their personal and professional identities all wrapped up in being “experts” in “parental alienation.” They’re not going to like me taking away their status and standing that they gain from their “new pathology” thing. Plus they’ve got that “Star Wars” rebel alliance against the evil empire thing going, they’ve been captivated by an archetype – jeeze, the transference is just everywhere.
Hi, who are you? Dorcy? What’s up, what do you have there? Hey, that’s pretty good. Excellent as a matter of fact. Once we get outta here, there are potentially some pretty nice things that can be done with that approach in other trauma areas. What’s that about prison recidivism, you have done this approach in a prison population and reduced recidivism by 80%? Okay, you’re coming with me.
What’s with all the monkeys? Dang, they’re just swarming you. Okay. You’re like a monkey magnet, you should should give them pet names or something, except that they’re so incredibly dangerous – delusional splitting with righteous overtones. THAT is a dangerous psychology. When we’re in delusional world… one of them is erotomanic – that’s stalker world thing. Be safe. Your safety is most definitely at risk with this pathology.
And what’s up with all the disrespect to you from the Gardner people? You’d think they’d want your help, you have the solution in your hip pocket, you’re being swarmed by monkeys because of it, and they are not lifting a finger to help, and instead are trying to exclude your from their weird little narrcissistic “experts” club.
Okay, whatever. I have strong doubts about the professional character of these Gardnerian “experts” – I think it’s just exploitation everywhere. Okay, you just stay close to me and I’ll tell everyone the truth, I’m a clinical psychologist, that’s what we are, truth-tellers. If you need a statement from me, no worries. High Road will recover and does recover children from complex trauma and child abuse.
That is a fact. I’d call it an elegant approach, and I want to extend its application to other areas of complex trauma and abuse recovery, like substance abuse recovery and prison recidivism. Whoever in research world works with Dorcy will be a happy human.
So let’s get you over to the AFCC people to tell them about what you do, they’re the ones on the “chain of command” who should hear about what you’re doing, It’s substantially remarkable and wow. So they should know about it. They won’t listen because they are low-life disgusting pond scum, but it’s the right thing to do, for us to do. Give them the opportunity so that if they weren’t low-life disgusting pond scum, which they are, they could develop your approach and extend it more fully into the solutions available for the family courts.
Okay, now let’s get you over to the APA, Division 24 Theoretical. Those are the folks who need to hear about this. We’ll take it to them on the trans-generational trauma line.
What’s that? A kid relapsed when contact with the abusive parent was restored and you’re headed out to recover the kid… a second time? You can do that, recover the kid just like that, in day or so, a second time? Okay then.
Because that allows for a single-case ABAB clinical intervention – and, wow. That’s the best there is. A-baseline, B-High Road, A-baseline, B-High Road. Causality is a lock, and we leave the child fixed. Okay, let me write that up. That’s excellent.
What’s that? You’ve got another one? A parenting curriculum? Okay, let’s see that? Wow, that’s excellent too. Professional psychology will want to hear about that too. You’re a regular little force of nature aren’t you. We’ll have to find you some university collaborators, and oh my god, they’re gonna love you. You generate data, that’s magnificent. Evidence based practice, these researchers are going to love you once we get the two of you hooked up.
These ignorant mental health people are still maybe a decade away from a single-case ABAB, they’re still on fire, “fire good,” so we have to get them caught up through wheel and internal combustion engine, but when they eventually get there, that’s really good.
With the publication of Foundations, I’m ready to take on forensic psychology. Let’s tell everyone where we’re going. Filmed some YouTubes, wake up, wake up. The learned helplessness in these parents is pretty dense. Understandable, inescapable trauma. But boy, they are inert. Wake up! Wake up!
The pathogen has these parents believing that they have to “prove something” to someone – that’s the transference thing, putting the “bad parent” on trial. Jeeze louise, that transference just has everyone captured. We’re gonna have to wake up parents that, no, you don’t need to prove anything, you need a diagnosis of pathology so we can develop a treatment plan to fix things.
Where do they get a diagnosis? Ahhhh jeeze… from the forensic people. Okay, hold that thought. We’re gonna need to get you some actual mental health people to diagnose the pathology for you, forensic psychology… get this… refuses to diagnose pathology, they say it’s “prejudicial” to the pathological parent. Does that make logical sense to you? It doesn’t to me, but nothing makes sense over here, it’s all delusional transference dream… literally everywhere.
So I pop out the six-session treatment focused assessment protocol. Toss off the Contingent Visitation Schedule as long as I’m at it, again, an exceptionally good Strategic family systems intervention, a craftsman at work, but it’ll be too complicated for this crop of mental health people, we’re at “See Spot run. Go Spot, go” and the Contingent Visitation Schedule is a college textbook. Maybe by 2050. It’s the Assessment protocol we need right now.
Look at how simple I had to make it. Seriously, three symptoms, check, check, check. I can’t make it any more simple… and look… that’s STILL too complicated for them. They’re going into apoplectic shock, trembling on the floor, “How do I do this? How do I do this?”
Uhhh, check the box indicating if the symptom is present or absent.
Tough instructions. A three-item checklist is too hard for them. That is how bad things are. Stone-cold stupid. Seriously, with these mental health people, I feel like I’m educating high-schoolers, not even upperclassmen, Freshmen, high school Freshmen, if that. I dunno, maybe 7th graders throwing paper airplanes. These mental health people are sooooo far from professional. Maybe we should start training teachers and plumbers to do the assessment. “See these boxes, if the symptom is present check the box that says, “Present,” and if the symptom is absent, check the box that says, “Absent.”
Do you think we can get teachers and plumbers to do this, because apparently we can’t get mental health people to do it, check, check, check… way too complicated for them.
Seriously, the combination of ignorance and sloth are the worst. I’m not doing this again. Way too exhausting. Don’t try to teach a pig to sing.
We need a whole new crop. This current group is worthless.
So that’s where I stand now. How much did I get done?
Hey people… I’ve had two strokes. The first was about 2006, dropped me to the floor, entire left side was dysfunctional, I had that blah-blah-blah stroke talk thing. I recovered mostly, 95%. Last year I had a second stroke, called a TIA, took a hit on my balance and I’m having trouble articulating certain sounds, you’ll see me with a cane now because an old guy doesn’t want to take a tumble on an uneven surface and break a hip or something.
I’m a dead man. Always have been. See, am I dead? Yeah, I know. These people think I’m alive. I’m tellin’ ya, stone-cold stupid.
So I’ll try one more thing, I’ll try to wake them from their transference dream, try to break through that sloth barrier. It’s not my job to teach them, it’s their job to ALREADY know, and we’ll try to line up that licensing and malpractice line, that’s pretty much fully there already, it’ll be on the systems end, with the licensing boards, that ignorance and sloth will reemerge, once again. If they’re able to work up the malpractice stuff while I’m still here they can grab my testimony, if not then not my worry.
I’m tired. Doing this all on my own. It’s nice to have a touch of sanity in Dorcy, otherwise, boy, you people are delusional – it’s the transference, it’s got you all captured. And your narcissism, jeeze louise, pretty much everywhere.
Sanity in the midst of insanity, Dorcy. She’s a smart lady, she knows this pathogen inside out and seven ways to Sunday. Way-way hugely better than any mental health person out there right now. Come on people, time to up your game, Dorcy’s dustin’ you. She’s lapping you. Pace people, pick up your pace.
If people listen to her they’ll figure it out. She’s got her health issues too though, trauma leaves impact, so people shouldn’t count on her either. Word to the wise, better use her while she’s here. But nobody listens to me. Now their listening. Fat lot of good.
I could have told you so much. But we were stuck on “See Spot run.” Whatever.
I suspect Dorcy’s got a couple of decades on me. Did she? How’d that work out? I suspect pretty good, I like the lines on that one. Who knows, we’ll see what happens.
Not my worry. I’m a dead guy. You. The one reading this, that’s a you problem. Hopefully things are working themselves out. Be kind. There’s enough suffering in the world, no need to add more. See what you can do about taking some out. And add some happy, we need more of that.
Our problem is not that there’s too much happiness in the world, so we have to limit and restrict happiness. The problem is that there is too little happiness. Smile, say a kind word, restore bonds of love and affection, add more happy and love and kindness, that’s a good thing.
But it’s not my worry. I’m a dead guy. How am I doin’? As a dead guy? I’m fine, thanks for asking, no worries. I know what I am, and I know where we are. No worries, I’m fine. I don’t like this place, too much cruelty, ignorance, sloth… an absence of empathy. I’m fine.
Not enough love and kindness here. This place is okay on my-end, trees and mountains are nice, oceans. People? Mark Twain said that the better he got to know people, the more he liked his dogs. It’s okay here, but generally, I’m not liking the level of cruelty here. I’m okay not being here anymore, no worries on that. They can figure things out on their own.
Craig Childress, Psy.D.
Clinical Psychologist, PSY 18857