A letter received from Ms. Tara Nolan LCSW on behalf of Brenda Morse Lutz Nielson (CIS Instructor MCC Red Mountain) about Brenda's deep depression and fragile mental state was very unprofessional and bias.
A Ph D clinical psychologist read the letter and feels is very inappropriate and unprofessional. Why was Ms Nolan's letter written "To Whom It May Concern" when it pertained to a specific situation. Why did she not sign it? The letter was not mailed, but her client, Brenda Morse Nielsen (CIS Instructor, MCC Red Mountain) trespassed on private gated property and left the letter. When the parties involved called Ms Nolan to verify the letter, she would not confirm nor deny writing it. She hung up on them.
Perhaps she allowed her client/friend to write her own letter on her stationery. Should a therapist get involved in a property dispute after a property and debt settlement agreement was signed by Brenda Morse Nielsen (MCC) and entered into court almost two months before this letter was written? Other PhD's have read her letter have had the same reaction.