Recently, I read a report by some "counselor" hired to do an evaluation. The counselor reviewed psychosexual development of the patient and decided that the patient wasn't a homosexual because the patient had a strong bond with his father during childhood.
You can't make this shit up. The examiner wasn't a psychologist and, given the quality of the report, I'd say he has no business doing psych evals. Actually, it wasn't called a psychological evaluation because the person isn't legally permitted to call it that, so it was just called an evaluation.
This counselor is probably a NARTHian. If you aren't familiar with NARTH, this post from psychologist Warren Throckmorton will briefly explain where the counselor was likely coming from and why the counselor's inference is nonsense.
Sometimes I'm really horrified by reports that cross my desk, not because of what they say about the patient, but because of what they say about the examiner's professional competence.