In today’s episode, Dianne continues her multiple part series about psychopathic children. This is Part 8, the first Episode begins with Episode 17.
Dianne continues her interview with a parent of a budding psychopath named Jack. It is a very complex situation for the entire family. Family members like people also in adult relationships are typically isolated and suffer from severe PTSD. Even if you aren’t a parent of a child but in a relationship with an adult psychopath I think you will find these episodes interesting. Today we go in depth about what kind of legal help is needed both for the child and the parents. Jack gives us guidelines from the FAQ he wrote and is posted on www.psychopath-research.com
It is complicated to know how to get services and who will help you. Social workers, the school system, etc.
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Parents of budding psychopaths have very complicated family situations
Remember to be kind to yourself – it’s not your fault if you find yourself in this kind of situation.
Even if you are a victim of an adult psychopath you will find some helpful tips in this show about journaling your experience.
What to do FAQ written by Jack who posts under the name of DadofRad http://www.psychopath-research.com/forum/ubbthreads.php/topics/16413/7
Guardians ad litem are persons appointed by the court to represent “the best interests of the child” in court proceedings. In family court, guardians are appointed in contested custody and visitation cases, name changes, adoptions, DSS abuse and neglect cases, and termination of parental rights cases.https://nycourts.gov/courts/nyc/housing/pdfs/GAL-LitigantBrochure_EN.pdf
Dependency Law Lawyer it is important that you have an attorney who specializes in family law and can ensure your rights are protected before the court.
When Your Child is a Psychopath – The Atlantic
Psychopath Youth Checklist Evaluation: - Youth PCLR Ages 12 - 18 https://www.hare.org
Psychopaths in Our Lives: My Interviews by Dianne EmersonAmazon iBooks
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