Malpractice lawsuits, on the other hand, are different. Malpractice lawsuits do care about what happened. Did the mental health professional get it right? Malpractice lawsuits will look at the details of the case. Was the correct diagnosis made and the correct treatment provided?
The upside to licensing board complaints is that they are free to file. The downside is that within the current climate surrounding the construct of “parental alienation” the licensing board is not likely to take action against the license of the mental health professional at this time. That’s okay. One parent files, and another, and another, and another… eventually the licensing board will become exceedingly uncomfortable covering up for the professional incompetence of ignorant mental health professionals. And board complaints are extremely stressful for the mental health professional and they cost you nothing to file.
I am deeply honored and appreciative of the kind words of support from Ms. Laquidara.
Everything I do, I do for the children who are caught in the pathology of “parental alienation,” and reading Dana’s story inspires me once more as to why I’m doing this. This is not a child custody issue, it is a child protection issue.
We must rescue the children caught in the pathology of childhood “parental alienation.” This is an imperative of the highest order.
While I can empathize with the tragedy, loss, and grief felt by targeted parents, your loss is not my primary concern. My concern is rescuing and protecting the children.
While your loss is great and your suffering is deep, you must not wait for someone to rescue you –…
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