Custody evaluator Charlotte Higgins-Lee surrenders license while under investigation
December 13, 2011
On July 20, 2012, psychologist Charlotte Higgins-Lee surrendered her license to the Oregon Board of Psychologist Examiners while under investigation.
According to the Board’s document, in late 2010, Higgins-Lee received a referral to conducted a psychological evaluation of a father and his nine-year-old daughter and to testify in a January 2011 hearing concerning custody and parenting time.
Though the custody matter concernd the father, daughter and father’s ex-spouse (the daughter’s mother), Higgins-Lee did not interview the mother (though she interview the father, daughter and others).
Nonetheless, she concluded that the father should have sole custody and that “more information should be obtained on the mother’s alcohol use/abuse and violence,” among other statements critical of the mother, whom she had never met or interviewed.
Source: Stipulated Order in the Matter of the License to Practice as Psychologist of Charlotte Higgins-Lee, Agency No. OBPE #2011-020, Oregon Board of Psychologist Examiners.
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