Dr. Bütz's The Complaint, and the path to Interrelated Multidimensional Diagnoses

The Complaint, and the path to Interrelated Multidimensional Diagnoses

September 19, 2020 Michael Season 1 Episode 1
Dr. Bütz's The Complaint, and the path to Interrelated Multidimensional Diagnoses
The Complaint, and the path to Interrelated Multidimensional Diagnoses
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Dr. Bütz's The Complaint, and the path to Interrelated Multidimensional Diagnoses
The Complaint, and the path to Interrelated Multidimensional Diagnoses
Sep 19, 2020 Season 1 Episode 1
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In his most recent book, “Parental Alienation and Factitious Disorder by Proxy, Beyond DSM-5: Interrelated Multidimensional Diagnoses” Michael R. Bütz, Ph.D. has described how he had created a new way to identify and understand the challenging phenomena of Parental Alienation and Munchhausen's Syndrome by Proxy and/or Factitious Disorder by Proxy. He has proposed a shift away from individual diagnoses to relational and systems diagnoses, and a two-stage diagnostic process that addresses suspicions of these pathologies and the necessity of further study. Dr. Bütz has underscored the importance of the theoretical orientation of family systems. In doing so, he has advanced the idea that these complex pathological phenomena are the accumulation of individual characteristics and symptoms, family and other system dynamics which create the pathological dynamics described by the term Interrelated Multidimensional Diagnoses.

This is a first effort at a podcast, its a bit rough around the edges and somewhat unfiltered, although it does provide a description of the meandering path that led Dr. Bütz from graduate school at San Francisco State and the Wright Institute in Berkeley, California, to one professional experience after another that resulted in the insight about the necessity and utility of a new diagnostic conceptualization, Interrelated Multidimensional Diagnoses. A diagnostic conceptualization created to help identify and intervene in these pathological dynamics in order to stem the abuse and suffering of the children impacted by Parental Alienation and Munchhausen's Syndrome by Proxy and/or Factitious Disorder by Proxy.

Guitar music courtesy of pablohoney - Burial march for the sacrificial lambs.

Show Notes

In his most recent book, “Parental Alienation and Factitious Disorder by Proxy, Beyond DSM-5: Interrelated Multidimensional Diagnoses” Michael R. Bütz, Ph.D. has described how he had created a new way to identify and understand the challenging phenomena of Parental Alienation and Munchhausen's Syndrome by Proxy and/or Factitious Disorder by Proxy. He has proposed a shift away from individual diagnoses to relational and systems diagnoses, and a two-stage diagnostic process that addresses suspicions of these pathologies and the necessity of further study. Dr. Bütz has underscored the importance of the theoretical orientation of family systems. In doing so, he has advanced the idea that these complex pathological phenomena are the accumulation of individual characteristics and symptoms, family and other system dynamics which create the pathological dynamics described by the term Interrelated Multidimensional Diagnoses.

This is a first effort at a podcast, its a bit rough around the edges and somewhat unfiltered, although it does provide a description of the meandering path that led Dr. Bütz from graduate school at San Francisco State and the Wright Institute in Berkeley, California, to one professional experience after another that resulted in the insight about the necessity and utility of a new diagnostic conceptualization, Interrelated Multidimensional Diagnoses. A diagnostic conceptualization created to help identify and intervene in these pathological dynamics in order to stem the abuse and suffering of the children impacted by Parental Alienation and Munchhausen's Syndrome by Proxy and/or Factitious Disorder by Proxy.

Guitar music courtesy of pablohoney - Burial march for the sacrificial lambs.