The purpose of this study was to clarify the framework of conflicts occur between abusive parents and clinicians who work for the Japanese Child Protective Services. The interview was done against child social workers and child psychologists. The data was analyzed by using Grounded Theory Approach. By coding, 5 categories were found. As a result, it was recognized that the conflictive relations were led by the initial outreach which assess the actual facts. Whenever the child is under unsafety condition, clinicians are obliged to protect them from the harms based on the Child Welfare Law. Parents, however, have different point of view that they take the child protection was not adequate but feel damaged from the intervention and that make them change their attitude aggressive or even rejective. The study drew a conflictive model from the point of clinician’s view that it maybe useful to some other clinicians who have experienced similar situations. The results from the study should have any practical suggestions for the child care practice and research in the real context.