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Psychological Assessments - scotay - 09-25-2019

As part of the ongoing issues and to aid the final assessment the Local Authority have arranged a Psychological assessment to be dome on myself with my daughter and then with me and my partner together.

As this report will be put forwards to decide the final care plan and residency is there anything i need to be wary off or do/not do?


RE: Psychological Assessments - Charlie7000 - 09-25-2019

I would be yourself and just be honest. They will analyse your responses to certain things. They are probably looking to see what your attitudes to the other parent are and how you parent the kids. Shouldn’t worry about it too much. They will probably suss the ex if she has some kind of personality disorder.


RE: Psychological Assessments - Naive - 09-26-2019

How does one ask for that and does it cost during the court process?
Im seriously considering asking for it in my upcoming process.


RE: Psychological Assessments - scotay - 09-27-2019

(09-26-2019, 12:13 PM)Naive Wrote: How does one ask for that and does it cost during the court process?
Im seriously considering asking for it in my upcoming process.

Was asked for by the Local Authority in my case as they have identified parential alienation and the person doing these assessments specialises in detecting this.