Litigation-Therapy Racket

 The Blog portion of this website has countless articles & resources about the litigation therapy racket, therapist & psychiatrist abuse. The entire website is searchable, and organized with Categories and Tags.  Below are some highlights of these resources.

The most common strategy in family court is to create a litigation therapy racket, where corrupt judges, lawyers, Guardian ad litems and Child Representative identify corrupt and unethical shrinks so they can work together to harvest victims to trap in their lucrative litigation therapy racket. Having corrupt shrinks write made to order false reports about victims ensures they get the “legal” outcome they have predetermined will be the most financially beneficial to them.

Victims are harvested and then ensnared with court orders to go for “evaluations” and open ended “treatment” with pre-selected shrinks who will support the predetermined financial agenda of the racket. Victims are compelled by court order to become cash cows who are traumatized, re-traumatized, medically and psychologically abused, and forced to pay crushing, overly burdensome fees for services that are harmful and only create benefit for the people running the racket.

The racket hinges upon countless ethics violations, but the most common is violation of The APA Ethics Code Standard 3.05  which states that “psychologists should refrain from entering into multiple relationships… or otherwise risks exploitation or harm to the person with whom the professional relationship exists. Shrinks who write false reports and break their code of ethics are rewarded with more cash cows in the future by the racket.

APA Practice Guidlines Child Custody Evaluations

APA Code of Ethics: “Psychologists should refrain from entering into multiple relationships… risks exploitation or harm to the person with whom the professional relationship exists.

Multiple Roles in Therapy – Ethical Violations

Recovery from Trauma and the Litigation Therapy Racket:

Recovery From Abusive Gaslighting & Victim Blaming:

Emotional Abuse In Therapy

Surviving Therapist Abuse

Whores of the Court: The Fraud of Psychiatric Testimony and the Rape of American Justice

Educating consumers about the differences between healthy and unhealthy therapy practices.

American Psychological Association:  “Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct”

American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy – Code of Ethics

National Association for Rights Protection And Advocacy – Links

HIPAA Privacy Laws & Protections

Psych Watch Documenting Psychiatrists Behaving Badly

Freedom of Mind Resource Center-Everyone deserves the right to build their own life free from undue influence, and to discover their own way to the truth.

Street view of county courthouse in Rolling Meadows used by many Northwest suburban residents.