In this report parental psychopathology and parenting discipline styles will be evaluated to see if there is a significant correlation with their child’s pathology. The four main parenting styles considered in this report include Authoritarian, Authoritative, Neglectful and Indulgent (Santrock, 2008). Considering attachment styles in relation to the parent’s psychopathology and parenting styles is also considered (Brook, Balka, Fei, & Whiteman, 2006; Nishikawa, Sundbom, & Hägglöf, 2010; Rodríguez, Donovick & Crowley, 2009; Roelofs, Meesters, ter Huurne, Bamelis, & Muris, 2006; Surcinelli, Rossi, Montebarocci, & Baldaro, 2010; Vostanis, Graves, Meltzer, Goodman, Jenkins, & Brugha, 2006). Mothers and fathers, individually as well as incorporated, are considered on both male and female child and their pathology. The psychopathologies of focus of this report include: anxiety, depression, delinquency, self-concept, and hyperkinetic disorders. The primary focus of this report is to answer two main questions: First, what psychological disorders have a high correlation with which parenting styles? Secondly, does parenting style have a direct correlation with psychopathology of parents that will be passed onto the child outside of biological factors?