Medical-legal psych reports can be lengthy and expensive. They can also contain multiple inconsistencies, flaws, or as some might call them, ERRORS! Those inconsistencies are often confusing and typically decrease the report’s credibility. Knowing how to identify inconsistencies in psych reports may require a special skill set that can be acquired from experience reading psych reports written for the courts or perhaps from completing a graduate degree in the mental health field. When you have a problematic psych report but you don’t have a graduate degree in the mental health field and/or extensive experience reading psych reports, no need to fret. Simply take advantage of the self-help resources I provide for free on my website (http://drleckartwetc.com/freeresources) to help you identify inconsistencies in psych reports and question the doctor on cross-examination.