Whether as a result of a narcissistic personality disorder that could benefit from individual therapy (which George distrusts), or from a medical perspective of a biological disorder such as Asperger's Syndrome where individuals with genius I.Q.'s can have difficulties with social relationships, the court finds that the parties' time and money could be better spent to improve the parental relationships while there is still time to do so.I pointed out to the judge that I have been evaluated ten times for the court, and every single one of them said that I do not have any psychological disorders. Her response was that "a lot of psychologists don't know how to test for Asperger's."
Assuming Judge Morse is correct, why does she keep farming cases out to incompetent psychologists who know less about psychology than she does?
But she is not correct. If she knew anything about these disorders, then she would know that the symptoms do not match the complaints against me at all. She probably just remembers hearing these buzzwords at some judge seminar, and that is all she knows. Or maybe she is dropping a hint to the next evaluator. I don't know. But if the court is going to use these idiotic psychologists for their useless evaluations, then it ought to rely on them for their actual expertise. As it is, I have a judge who want to do the psychology, and a psychologist who wants to do the judging.