PSYCHOPSEMA, AN ECONOMIC CRIME BY CPS AND SOCIAL SERVICES

PSYCHOPSEMA,

AN ECONOMIC CRIME BY CPS AND SOCIAL SERVICES

 

Psychopsema
by Felicita Luna

August 17, 2012 at 9:57pm

Psychopsema psy-cho-pse-ma is a system of questionable actions that a Social Service agency or a Child Protection Service agency and/or affiliates and community partners, or, “key stakeholders,” might utilize to achieve profit, through fraudulent means.
 
Psychopsema is mainly categorized as an orchestrated assault, utilizing several methods of fraud, psychological operations, psychological intimidation and other similar premeditated offense based systems, against a parent, a child or a family.
 
A malicious social worker or other malicious social service professionals (usually, employed by a Child Protection Service (CPS) agency or a similar social service agency) are commonly identified as utilizing this system or methodology to achieve profit.
 
Psychopsema is usually implemented to deflect attention, away from crimes committed by said workers against children. As, those children are sometimes canvased for the purpose of profit.
 The term and description were created by Canadian and American social service crime researchers Nicoliss Stathopoolos and Felicita Luna in early 2011.  

Both researchers are part of SSEC Social Service Economic Crimes (research)

1 –      A false report of child abuse is authored by a group of social workers against a single parent or parents. The colluding workers then, utilize the methodology of psychopsema to profit from the crime.
 
2 –      A malicious social service worker colludes with her peers to fabricate evidence and to practice psychopsema.
 
3 –      The system of psychopsema subjects a victim into the social service system without merit or justification.
 
4 –      Psychopsema is mainly categorized as an orchestrated assault against a parent, a child or a family by a social service worker, seeking to profit from a crime.

 

 

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