Expert Witness for Cases Involving Children with Cognitive Disabilities
In 2022, Michael Robertson is listed nationally with Expert Engine as an expert witness as a parent in matters involving Cases Involving Children with Cognitive Disabilities:
Michael Robertson is the parent of three cognitive, developmental, and language delayed children. In the 1990s, His children were tested at the Washington School District in Phoenix, Arizona, with severe cognitive deficits, with IQ scores at and below 70, indicative of cognitive retardation.
Mr. Robertson research project and the outline for the Master's Thesis he pursued was "Accelerating Children's Cognitive Development."
Utilizing these scientific principles for dendritic grown in the brains cells of children, he was successful in the cognitive growth and advancement of his children in the areas of qualitative and quantitative reasoning, moderately successful in the area of verbal reasoning and acquisition, and no success in dendritic grown and development of areas on the brain responsible for cognitive and emotional empathy.
Three of his children received special needs services for their developmental and cognitive delays, while concurrently receiving services for the gifted and talented as a result of these cognitive interventions he employed with his offspring. As a behavioral health provider and a parent of children receiving services, Mr. Robertson's family participated in the "Masterminds Program" for the gifted and talented at Glendale Community College, in Glendale, Arizona.
Areas of expertise in cases involving children with cognitive disabilities include: developmental disabilities, cognitive delays, cognitive retardation, developmental delays, brain injury, gifted children, gifted students, intelligence testing, intelligence metrics, Cognitive Abilities Test (CogAT), WISC-V Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children, Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scales, quantative reasoning, qualitative reasoning, language development, language delay, language deficits, cognitive language, special needs, IEP development, IEP meetings, IEP reports, IEP recommendations, nutritional impact, environmental variables, hereditary factors, genetic predisposition, accelerating cognitions, dendritic growth, and parents rights.
In 2022, Michael Robertson is listed nationally with Expert Engine as an expert witness as a parent in Cases Involving Childhood Victims of Sexual Abuse:
Michael Robertson's expertise in this field as a clinician includes work as a behavioral health provider at Arizona Baptist Children's Services in the 1990s, where he worked at the Little Canyon Campus, with elementary school aged children removed by Child Protective Services from their homes for physical and sexual abuse.
He worked with these adolescent and young adult populations as a Program Supervisor at Community Psychology Education & Services (CPES), in Phoenix, Arizona in the late 1990s.
In 2004, Michael Robertson founded the Counseling Outreach for Battered Women & Abused Children.
In 2021, he provides community support resources and counseling referrals to parents who have children who are the victims of sexual abuse as the Director of the non profit entity, The Phoenix Coalition for the Families and Victims of Child Sexual Abuse.
As a parent, Mr. Robertson has an experiential background unparalleled to any expert witness in this field.
In 1992, his niece was sexually assaulted by an adult perpetrator at the age of four years old in
Anchorage, Alaska. In 1998, while under his ex wife's care and supervision, Mr. Robertson's seven year old daughter was sexually assaulted by the mother's boyfriend, in Phoenix, Arizona. In 2009, his nine year old step daughter from a second marriage was brutally raped by a registered sex offender while in her biological father's care in Mesa, Arizona. That pedophile perpetrator is serving a 35 year prison sentence in the state of Arizona.
Michael Robertson has a deep experiential background to compliment his clinical background as a parent of children receiving behavioral health services for these early childhood traumas, as well as the developmental impacts these gross tragedies have on an individual's development into adolescence and the expression of severe mental illness diagnosis in adulthood.
Michael Robertson will lend credibility and decades of experience in your litigation efforts as a clinician treating children survivors of sexual abuse, and comes with personal experience as a parent and family member dealing with children who survived these early childhood traumas.
Areas of expertise in cases involving childhood victims of sexual abuse include: childhood trauma, family abuse, sex abuse, family recovery, child psychology, emotional trauma, repressed trauma, family recovery, pedophile perpetrators, cognitive pedophilia, registered offenders, pedophilia causes, childhood SMI, trauma counseling, family counseling, counseling outcomes, psychosocial impact, and psychosocial impact.
In 2022, Michael Robertson is listed nationally with Expert Engine as an expert witness as a parent in Cases Involving Narcissistic Abuse & Early Childhood Cognitive Causes:
In 2023, he is publishing his book, Narcissistic Menticide Abuse & Recovery.
Narcissistic personality disorder — one of several types of personality disorders — is a mental condition in which people have an inflated sense of their own importance, a deep need for excessive attention and admiration, troubled relationships, and a lack of empathy for others. In the realm of abuse to children and families, a common trait of perpetrators is narcissistic pedophilia.
The hallmark trait of narcissist perpetrators with this diagnosis is lack of empathy for others, and a failure to feel remorse for maladaptive behaviors that cause harm to the innocent. People with this disorder have unusual cerebral cortex thinness in the region responsible for empathy production. They also concluded that the degree of lost empathy in NPD patients matches up with the degree of thinness present in the abnormal cerebral cortex area. These individuals have commonality low amounts of grey matter in the brain responsible for empathy and emotion.
Michael Robertson worked at the Maricopa County Psychiatric Annex through the healthcare registry in the 1990s, coming into contact with perpetrators suffering from narcissistic personality disorder.
He worked with childhood victims of narcissistic abuse at Arizona Baptist Children's Services and as a Program Supervisor at Community Psychology & Education Services (CPES) in Phoenix, Arizona.
Mr. Robertson founded the Counseling Outreach for Battered Women & Abused Children in 2004 to aid families who are victims of such narcissist perpetrators.
Presently in 2021, Michael Robertson is the non-compensated Director of The Phoenix Coalition for the Families and Victims of Child Sexual Abuse.
To compliment his broad experience as a clinician in matters dealing with narcissistic abuse, the causes of narcissism, and survivor counseling for this population, Mr. Robertson has a personal experiential background that leads to his credibility as an expert witness on this subject matter.
Three of his four children were diagnosed with severe cognitive disabilities in early childhood screenings. These developmental disabilities and early cognitive retardation are indicative of abnormalities in the human brain. The psychological and educational interventions to accelerate his children's cognitive development were highly successful with his children's qualitative and quantitative reasoning, moderately successful in the areas of verbal reasoning and language acquisition, but not successful in the areas of empathy and moral development.. The areas of the children's brain that are responsible for cognitive and emotional empathy are abnormal and was reflected in their cognitive testing and special needs services throughout elementary school years.
Consequently, Mr. Robertson was tasked with the dual responsibility of coping with family members who were victims of abuse and who also had cognitive brain abnormalities identified in their early childhood, leading to adolescent and adulthood symptoms and diagnoses of severe mental illness (SMI) and personality traits on the spectrum of malignant narcissism and Machiavellianism (based on those cognitive and developmental neurological deficiencies and abnormalities identified in early childhood, which is a common neurological factor with individuals suffering from NPD).
Areas of expertise in cases involving narcissistic abuse & early cognitive causes: narcissistic abuse, narcissism survivors, NPD personality, childhood narcissism, narcissistic pedophilia, narcissistic rage, gaslighting, flying monkeys, narcissistic inquiry, lost child, narcissistic supply, object constancy, parentification, projection, scapegoat, smear campaign, and cognitive dissonance.
In 2022, Michael Robertson is listed nationally with Expert Engine as an expert witness as a parent in Cases Involving Corruption at the Department of Child Safety:
Michael Robertson is an ardent supporter of the mission and the work of the Arizona Department of Child Services and child protective services across the country.
As a provider of behavioral health services in the community since the 1990s, he has witnessed children being removed from abusive environments that put their physical, psychological, and emotional health at risk of harm.
As a parent of children who were victimized in the community, he worked with that department for the past 23 years on essential services to help his family survive the multiple tragedies they experienced.
Michael Robertson's personal dealings with the Department of Child Safety over the past three decades have included professional contact with investigations of the subject matter affecting parent rights in Arizona, as well as his role as the President & CEO of The Arizona Advocacy Foundation for Victims of DCS Corruption, and personal interactions with the department and how they conduct their business.
There is a level of unacceptable corruption that exists in the improper removal, placement into foster care, and adoption of children from this state agency, as well as child protective agencies across the nation.
Documentary evidentiary exist of case workers at DCS filing false reports to the Juvenile Court for the improper removal of children from their parents care, dependency actions without merit based on non existent evidence of parental harm, false narratives supplied to the court without merit, violation of parents due process rights by failing to follow the rules of Juvenile and Civil Procedure, children being placed in homes with known sex offenders, hundreds of children disappearing from foster care under the supervision of DCS, and recent reports of atrocious child abuse by DCS workers.
Michael Robertson has been involved with dependency actions and the entire juvenile process and has witnessed the corruption first hand. As a provider of services to this population and as a parent of children in the system, he is an expert witness regarding the abuses and corruption at the Arizona Department of Child Safety, and will testify on behalf of your clients if they are victims of this institutional corruption and adoption fraud.
Expert witness for cases involving corruption at the Department of Child Safety includes: false complaints, false reports, dependency action, parent aid, progress reports, false pleadings, false evidence, rule violations, false narratives, DCS corruption, malicious prosecutions, progress reports, bias reports, CPS corruption, forensic interviews, evidence summaries, evidence disclosures, and adoption fraud.
In 2022, Michael Robertson is listed nationally with Expert Engine as an expert witness with matters involving child protective services, parents of children who are victims of sexual assault, and narcissistic menticide abuse and recovery:
In 2023, Mr. Robertson will offer parents litigation support against child protective services as an expert witness in multiple disciplines, and will be offering his expert witness testimony in multiple disciplines from a parent's perspective and upon publication of his book, "Narcissistic Menticide Psychology, Abuse & Recovery" also to be released in 2023.
Presently, Mr. Robertson is working towards certifications in behavioral health to be of service to parents in litigation with child services in the United States:
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