Diagnose Your Family



If you are unsure whether your child is an “uncaring child," ask the following questions:

  • Does your child regularly tell lies or make up stories to escape trouble?
  • Does your child fail listen to parents or teachers?
  • Is your child impulsive?
  • Does your child seem to have no attachment to personal belongings or people?
  • Does your child fail to learn from bad experiences?
  • Does your child lack guilt or remorse when such a reaction is appropriate?
  • Does your child blame or “tell on” others to avoid punishment?
  • Does your child have little or no regard for the rights of others?
  • Is your child consistently unreliable?
  • Does your child seem to be oppositional all the time?
  • Does your child have sudden mood swings?
  • Does your child use poor judgment on a regular basis?
  • Are your child’s interpersonal relationships poor or superficial?
  • Has your child been in trouble with the law, police or a juvenile officer?
  • Has your child made threats against others?

An occasional yes answer for any of these questions can be expected. However, if you answered yes to 3 or more, your child may have Uncaring Child Syndrome.* 


Ask drnorm about his comprehensive family assessment program. Drnorm has developed an Improvement Program specifically designed to transform the family system from dysfunctional to functionally sound and healthy. You can choose from either of the following plans:


...is designed so that the family can travel to National Board of Forensic Evaluators, Inc in Daytona Beach, Fl. In order to facilitate an effective and workable treatment plan, it is essential that the parent's video tape typical examples of the:

a. child’s/children’s target behaviors
b. parent’s reactions to target behavior’s
c. method of discipline
d. interaction between parents and child/children

The family would then travel to National Board of Forensic Evaluators, Inc in Daytona Beach, FL where they will take part in a
one- day comprehesive assessment process including a psychosocial interview, diagnostic workup of the entire family system, interactive role-play and modeling, and an individually designed family treatment plan. This will include:

  • clinical interview
  • child/family assessments
  • individual/family interviews
  • treatment plan


Zoom meeting: The children can be observed-live interacting with the family. For the most optimal results, a wide angle camera equipped with a microphone is recommended. Plan II is the most economical cost-effective process for drnorm to observe- live, the interaction and interpersonal exchanges between child/children and parent/parent’s.

Parent and child assessments would be utilized as conducted in Plan I.

For costs and details about the above plans, contact: drnorm@drnorm.com or call: (386) 677-3995

To learn more about Uncaring Child Syndrome, get Dr. Norm’s new book, Bad Children Can Happen to Good Parents.


For some people, going to therapy in person is not an option. Those who live in rural areas may not have access to a provider. People who are homebound may not have the ability or opportunity to see a provider in person. Those who travel frequently may find it difficult to make regular appointments. Some people are ashamed. Online Therapy provides consumers with convenient access and more choices - getting the services you need is a mouseclick away.

* Mental healthinformation or advice obtained from www.drnorm.com is not intended as a substitute for live face-to-face care. If you have an emergency or need immediate help, you shold contact 911.

Online Counseling may not offer the same visual cues as face-to-face counseling. This has both positive and negative implications. On the positive side, you, as a client, have easy access to counseling, travel and costs savings and have more control over what you reveal to counselors. On the negative side, it is possible that visual cues, voice intonation, and body language omitted from your online web-counseling may lead the counselor to an inaccurate assessment of your situation. To the extent that this occurs, the counselor may respond to you in a way that is less than optimal for your situation. Some issues would be better addressed in face-to-face counseling. However, via the utilization of DrNorm's Hi-Tech venue, we have incorporated some of the most effective means of faciliating the "therapeautic connection" with the patient/client.

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