Can hiring a therapist protect me from being sued in family court? Posted on July 20, 2011

In california I've heard that a court appointed psych is protected "immunity" from being sued in family court during or as a result of a custody situation. My question is if a private "Therapist" is requested to continue as a therapist for a child during a custody proceeding, not as an evaluator but as a private therapist, is this "therapist" protected "immunity" as well or not?

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