Wolferts Custody Report Part 1

Child Custody Settlement Conference Report by Harold Blakelock

Below is a detailed analysis of the Wolferts Custody Report. You will see key points made in the Custody Report on the left. On the Right you will see Evidences and Arguments against the Custody Report.

The most significant point I noticed when doing a detailed analysis is this custody report is evaluating weather or not there is Parental Alienation Syndrome in the Wolferts children solely on the symptoms present in the children.  (Which is the standard from of evaluating PAS.  But this is not the the standard from of evaluation used to evaluate abuse, that must meet much more rigorous standards.  I will address this point further in another post).

Only once does the document refer to any direct actions Michelle made to create PAS. This is the one mention of Michelle’s possible contribution to PAS. “Dr Jay Jenson, who provided conjoint therapy for the Wolferts, expressed belief that the children’s negative views of Brian were shaped by Michelle’s subtle behaviors.”  Michelle has endured 30-40 affairs, Michelle has endured emotional abuse, Michelle has endured social attacks,   Michelle has endured being “mired in custody and visitation issues”, Michelle has endured being afraid of Brian Wolferts lewd actions towards the children, and Michelle’s negative feelings can only be seen in “subtle behaviors”.   (Legal evidence is provided for each of these things Michelle has endured in the table below.)

“Subtle behaviors” towards such things does not speak at all of a woman who is abusing her children through attacking their father.  (I will go into more detail on this in another post) Michelle has plenty of reason to have much more then “subtle behaviors”.  But the Examiners looking for PAS could only find “subtle behaviors”.   “Subtle behaviors” is evidence of a woman who is choosing to not be angry and vindictive.

These same examiners noted that Brian had “hostile responses”.  It is impossible to consider the examiners as being neutral in their evaluation when they are finding very minor actions in Michelle and considering them to have enormous effects.  Yet they are noticing major actions on the part of Brian and not even evaluating their effects.  This is not evidence of professional evaluation.

The fact is Michelle, Brittany, Sydany and Danielle  have provided substantial amount of evidence that the Wolferts girls have been traumatized and manipulated by  specific actions from their father.  While  Brian Wolferts has only managed to produce biased evaluations by so called experts.  These PAS experts are seeing symptoms of PTSD caused by trauma from Brians “hostile” actions and labeling it as PAS caused by Michelle’s “subtle behaviors”.

For a more detailed analysis of the Wolferts Custody Report please read below.

Child Custody Settlement Conference Report by Harold Blakelock, Ph D, PC Evidence and arguments against  the Child Custody Settlement Conference Report by Harold Blakelock.
  •  All three girls have exceptional interpersonal attachments amongst themselves, demonstrate patters of responsible behavior beyond expectations given their ages, and preform well in school.
  • While in the care of their mother the girls demonstrate emotional health “beyond expectations”.  (See  Report) This is because Michelle “has remained good natured, eager to help others, honest, sympathetic, and concerned for others”  (See Letter)
  • Observations, interviews, and testing suggest the girls have stronger bonds with their mother
  • then they have with their father.
  • The girls show strong bonds towards their mother. Who is “quiet a compassionate, sensitive, and emotionally healthy person. ”  (See Letter)
  • The girls show “avoidance ” towards their father which is a  sign of PTSD.  (See PTSD Symptoms)
  •  Interviews with the girls and assessment results suggest these attachments variances are in part, the results of parental interference on the part of Michelle,
  • and Brian’s hostile responses to this ongoing interference.
  • Michelle is trying to protect her girls.  Because “respondent (Michelle) has become very concerned that the children are not safe around the Petitioner (Brian Wolferts)” (See Petition)
  • Brian is having hostile responses.  Which makes sense because Michelle “reported that he was “very cruel and abusive” when he got defensive. ” (See Letter)
  • Dr Dettenmaier stated Michelle lacked positivity and was “vehement” towards Brian
  • and that Michelle’s negative feelings were transparent to the children and were reflected in the confusion the girls expressed related to their negative attachment towards their father.
  • Michelle lacked in positive feelings towards her ex-husband.  “Mr. Wolferts (who) has admitted to a series of affairs or “near affairs”…. Scores 30-40 women” (See Report)
  • The kids could see Michelle’s negative feelings towards their dad.  The girls felt confused and had a negative feelings towards their father because of his lewd behaviors.  (See Memories)
  • Dr Detternmaier stated her assessment results clearly indicated the oldest minor children were mired in custody and visitation issues,
  • vigilant towards observing negative behaviors (present or not),
  • prone to criticizing their father,
  • and very protective of their mother (as well as being vigilant towards protecting their stepmother.)
  • The oldest children were caught up in a lot of custody and visitation issues.  Because “For years the Petitioner (Brian Wolferts) has been filing show causes against me (Michelle) or reporting frivolous, false or exaggerated claims. (See Affidavit )
  • The oldest children had PTSD symptoms of “always being on guard for danger.” (See PTSD Symptoms)
  • The children have “Negative feelings about (themselves)  or other people”  a PTSD symptom.  (See PTSD Symptoms)
  • The oldest children had PTSD symptoms of “always being on guard for danger” towards their Mother. (See PTSD Symptoms)  Because she was “abused emotionally by” Brian Wolferts (See Letter)
  • Michelle’s parental interference escalated beyond her immediate family as she negatively influenced extended family, friends, counselors, neighbors, spiritual leaders, etc.
  • by sharing with these individuals Brian’s therapy progress notes, Dr. Roby;s complete psycho-sexual assessment report (which detailed confidential information regarding all of Brian’s sexual history),
  • and a detailed accounting of her own thoughts and feelings regarding Brain’s behaviors
  • “There was a point midway through therapy where Michelle felt like she did not have others support.  She felt like Brian’s family, therapists, and their Bishop had turned on her and were supporting Brian unfairly.  She felt that Brian had manipulated their perceptions and that they had judged her wrongly in seeing her as the main problem and that Brian was the victim.” (See Letter“He showed a tendency to take somewhat of a victim stance, where he appears to say “woe is me,  I’m so bad.”  While this pattern does show acceptance of his behavior, at times it is equally risky as denial or minimization of offenses.” (See Report)
  • Michelle used the documented facts of the Dr. Robby’s Report to combat Brian’s lies.  This report would educated the people around of the fact that  “Mr. Wolferts (who) has admitted to a series of affairs or “near affairs”…. Scores 30-40 women” (See Report) This report described Brian as being “hypersexualized”. (See Report)  This report stated: “Due to his behavior, his lack of impulse control. poor judgement and the testing results, the following placement/ treatment options are respectfully recommended:” (See Report)  treatment options that Brian did not complete. (See Affidavit)
  • Michelle talked to people about her thoughts and feelings.  I am sure she had lots of feelings about Brian being “abusive”  (See Letter),  and on Brian having “affairs”. (See Report)  “She had several good friends that supported her.” (See Letter)
  • Dr Jay Jenson, who provided conjoint therapy for the Wolferts, expressed belief that the children’s negative views of Brian
  • were shaped by Michelle’s subtle behaviors.
  • The children had “negative feelings about (themselves)  or other people”  a PTSD symptom.  (See PTSD Symptoms) These negative feelings were likely directed at Brian because of his lewd actions. (See Memories) These negative feelings were likely associated with “recurrent, unwanted distressing memories of the traumatic event” (See PTSD Symptoms)
  • Brian was “abusive” towards Michelle  (See Letter),  and Brian had “affairs”. (See Report) and Michelle’s behaviors towards him were only subtle.   “Subtle behaviors” from Michelle  would have a Subtle effect.  Where as Traumatic behaviors  of Brian Wolferts would have a Traumatic effect. (See Memories).  “Subtle behaviors” from Michelle are not  justification to remove the children from her care where they “demonstrate patters of responsible behavior beyond expectations” (See Report).  “Subtle behaviors” from Michelle are not  justification to give custody to Brian Wolferts who “admits to a history of sexual contact with a child” (See Report)
  • Jenson added that he questioned whether or not Michelle had insight into her damaging behaviors and the harm she was causing in her daughters.
  • Dr. Jensen stated he believed Michelle was a “good mom” in many ways but that she instilled a “negative tracking” in her children who were hyper-vigilant for negative behaviors when with Brian.
  • Why didn’t Dr Jensen question “whether or not (Brian) had insight into (his) damaging behaviors and the harm (he) was causing in (his) daughters.”  When “Brian’s infidelity and questions regarding any risk he might pose to his three daughters were major concerns of Michelle.” (See Report)   When “The children could be at great risk.” According to Dr. C. Y. Roby. (See Affidavit).  Why was Dr Jensen asking this question towards Michelle when Michelle was “good natured, eager to help others, honest, sympathetic, and concerned for others”  (See Letter)  Who do you think is more likely to be damaging to the daughters? Would it be “abusive”  (See Letter) Brian who had “affairs”. (See Report) and was “hypersexualized”. (See Report) or Michelle who was “good natured”, “eager to help”, “honest”, “sympathetic” and “concerned” (See Letter).  I  “questioned whether or not (Jensen) had insight into (his) damaging behaviors and the harm (he) was causing in (the Wolferts) daughters (and Michelle).
  • Dr Jensen himself stated that Michelle was a “good mom”.  (See Report).  Negative behaviors and always being on guard are symptoms of PTSD. (See PTSD Symptoms) 
  • Brian’s infidelity reporting any inappropriate sexual behaviors on the part of Brian and questions regarding any risk he might pose to his three daughters were major concerns of Michelle.
  • Brian’s infidelity and questions regarding any risk he might pose to his three daughters were not a major concern to Dr Blakelock when he stated that “Brian poses little or no threat to sexually assault his daughters.”  Dr Blakelock stated this in-spite of also noting “Brian’s sexual contact with a child” or Brian’s “deviant arousal”. (See Report)  Thank goodness Michelle had a major concern about this, because the experts involved did not.   Dr Blakelock proved he was not concerned when “responsible adults have been informed of his sexual history” and that “reporting any inappropriate sexual behaviors on the part of Brian” will make the problem worse. 
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3 thoughts on “Wolferts Custody Report Part 1

  1. Holy SMOKES! Haven’t read everything yet but I will. What an outstanding job you have done to chronicle the Wolferts Sisters & their mothers legal nightmare with their father & ex husband respectively. Wow! You have gone above & beyond here Jeanine. I’m SUPER impressed with what you have done.

    I am not given to flattery, I say what I mean & mean what I say & I am blown away. You are a champion fighter Jeanine. God bless in Jesus name-Amen.

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