Tips from Eric G. Mart, Ph.D., ABPP on Disproving MSBP and Autism


Dr. Mart took the time to contact me and give me some terrific advice. All of you mothers who are being accused of MSBP and have children with Autism, please read this carefully.

At all court appearances, make sure to have with you two very important groups of documentations. In the first group, it is helpful to show documentation that professionals evaluated and diagnosed the child with Autism. Then, they treated the child for a long time. Not the mother.

The next group of documentation is important because it outlines the law that no person (mother) should be evaluated or diagnosed against their knowledge. It is a violation of your rights if a law guardian, lawyer, CPS worker, or judge alleges that the mother has ‘mental health issues”.

Arm Yourself.

1 – Original IEP and diagnosis reports showing that the professionals once diagnosed and serviced your child, it doesn’t matter how outdated it is. Once it is on paper, they can try to retract it later if they are bribed to take a one-sided position but it doesn’t make a difference. If a speech therapist serviced the child in 2009 and submitted progress notes to the Board of Ed, it shows they were agreeing to the needs of the child based on the IEP.

If they say they changed their mind about the child’s issues, Challenge them with this: “Were you lying then or are you lying now?”

2 – American Psychological Association – Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct: 2010 Amendments, Standard 9: Assessment , 9.03 Informed Consent in Assessments

(b) Psychologists inform persons with questionable capacity to consent or for whom testing is mandated by law or governmental regulations about the nature and purpose of the proposed assessment services, using language that is reasonably understandable to the person being assessed.

Dr. Mart, thank you so much for taking the time out of your busy schedule and helping us women who are battling this terrible systematic abuse in family courts across the United States.

Munchausen’s Syndrome by Proxy Reconsidered, by Eric G. Mart, Ph.D., ABPP
Eric G. Mart, Ph.D., ABPP
311 Highlander Way, Manchester, NH 03103
Telephone: (603) 626-0966
Email: emart@comcast.net
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4 Responses to Tips from Eric G. Mart, Ph.D., ABPP on Disproving MSBP and Autism

  1. Thank you for putting information out there. I will have to take some time to sit down and do some more reading.

  2. Cindy says:

    ”Are you lying now or were you lying then?”
    Ooolala, gonna use this line next time; thanks for this great idea!

  3. Anne says:

    Can you site the statute or give more info regarding the law you referenced in your post. I have a friend who is going through the same thing.

  4. Pingback: Tips from Eric G. Mart, Ph.D., ABPP on Disproving MSBP and Autism | Family Rights Project

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