July 11, 2013 § 1 Comment
(PATS) PARENTAL ALIENATION TACTICS and STRATEGY: Has social services used this method against you?
(PATS) PARENTAL ALIENATION TACTICS and STRATEGY is the practice of combining psychological maneuvers and the abusive practice of alienating children against either parent, by anyone, whose goal is to obtain an unfair advantage that will see them profit in matters of custody, family court proceedings, disadvantaged situations or divorce.
SSEC Social Service Economic Crimes (research)
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- (PATS) PARENTAL ALIENATION TACTICS and STRATEGY is a term created by SSEC Social Service Economic Crimes (research) replacing the controversial “Parental Alienation Syndrome” which is neither a “syndrome” nor a “disease.” The original PAS was strictly limited to identifying only a narrow spectrum of parental practitioners, ignoring any and all other actors who might have participated in this category or form of abuse.
- In order to properly identify and define this particular category of alienation and abuse; the word “syndrome” is now replaced with “tactics” and “strategy” which, better describes the intricacies of the act.
The term can now be applied to any child protection worker, social worker, case worker or social service agency and related fields of discipline found to practice the strategy of alienating children from either parent, for purpose of profit and gain.