A Child's Point of View

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Did you know that cryptic means abrupt (or blunt), & vague has several meanings, one, ?indefinite or indistinct in nature or character? seemingly it was enough for you to respond. The content of your reply indisputably rationalizes your relationship with H. P., possibly stemming from your professional chagrin in your own business. I believe you have not had the opportunity of using with her in a strategic plan through court. If you had, the story would have been completely different. In the professional community, H. P.is known to abuse her patient?s. Manipulating a child?s innocence & wishes, for gain & status. I would like to point out a word the community speaks of the one you are defending, this word means, ?morally wrong or bad?, ?due to actual or imputed bad conduct or character?, because she is recognized for such deeds. Let me remind you, the mental health of a child can & has been interrupted or modified to fit the expertise of the professional strengths & weaknesses. This artificial environment elicits experiences that have no meaning, or can be fabricated by one?s opinion in order to hold a patient hostage. The need to mimic one report after another has always been a taboo. But yet you defend one who does just that. In one report, I found H. P. had diagnosed M.P.D. in a child of 5 years old. Her findings were not conclusive; she failed in several areas & speculated most if not all of her research. Later, she changed the classification to something more palatable. One that was disturbing to me was of a small girl, who had all the clinical signs of sexual abuse (physical & emotional abuse). In this case she failed to provide a report to the courts; but had written one for CPS regarding the father suspected of such child abuse (later recanting on her report). From your perspective there are differences, likely so, but from the adult who had Perryman as a child, the damage has been forever.

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Did you know that cryptic means abrupt (or blunt), & vague has several meanings, one, ?indefinite or indistinct in nature or character? seemingly it was enough for you to respond. The content of your reply indisputably rationalizes your relationship with H. P., possibly stemming from your professional chagrin in your own business. I believe you have not had the opportunity of using with her in a strategic plan through court. If you had, the story would have been completely different. In the professional community, H. P.is known to abuse her patient?s. Manipulating a child?s innocence & wishes, for gain & status. I would like to point out a word the community speaks of the one you are defending, this word means, ?morally wrong or bad?, ?due to actual or imputed bad conduct or character?, because she is recognized for such deeds. Let me remind you, the mental health of a child can & has been interrupted or modified to fit the expertise of the professional strengths & weaknesses. This artificial environment elicits experiences that have no meaning, or can be fabricated by one?s opinion in order to hold a patient hostage. The need to mimic one report after another has always been a taboo. But yet you defend one who does just that. In one report, I found H. P. had diagnosed M.P.D. in a child of 5 years old. Her findings were not conclusive; she failed in several areas & speculated most if not all of her research. Later, she changed the classification to something more palatable. One that was disturbing to me was of a small girl, who had all the clinical signs of sexual abuse (physical & emotional abuse). In this case she failed to provide a report to the courts; but had written one for CPS regarding the father suspected of such child abuse (later recanting on her report). From your perspective there are differences, likely so, but from the adult who had Perryman as a child, the damage has been forever.

Pros: she has a hearing problem, its only money she hears.

Cons: your child will suffer

 

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