Pignotti has, for some time, been associated with one of the various fringe groups operated by Larry Sarner. This group’s activities seem to be nothing more than defaming licensed mental health practitioners.
Sarner holds bachelor’s degrees in political science and mathematics. Sarner is not, and has never been, a licensed mental health professional.
Sarner sought to combine what he had learned by attempting to invent improved voting machines. Sarner’s designs must have been flawed, as his machines did not work.
Sarner failed to repay those who had loaned him money, and investors believed they had been defrauded. Sarner lost every case associated with the matter. Sarner’s appeal consisted of a conspiracy theory so fantastic that the court refused to hear his argument.
Sarner and his wife, Linda Rosa, ended up in bankruptcy court as a result.
It would appear, absent any other information, that Sarner is a failure in his own field!
Sarner is not qualfiied to critique mental health practices.
Larry Sarner is not respected within the skeptical community, and has had several public disagreements with prominent skeptics such as Bela Scheiber and Jim Lippard.
It would appear that Sarner is an unsavory, disreputable individual. He is hurting Monica Pignotti’s professional development.
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