I appreciate your concern, but there are plenty of "professionals" out there who will manipulate a situation for their own monetary gain. For example, if I bring my child to a "specialist" and say that I think she may have been molested, they could agree and pretend to be treating her (when they're really just coloring pictures) just so they can collect the insurance money.
Which, btw, is exactly what happened in this case. We have since found this out, and the therapist in question is under investigation for insurance fraud, and having their license reviewed. The child has since been seen by a Licensed Clinical Psychologist whith 25 years of experience in these types of things (way more qualified than the other therapist) who confirmed that there were no signs of sexual abuse, and confirmed that the child was being coached to say that certain things happened.
I understand where you're coming from, but you have to realize that there are cases where people are falsely accused of things. Especially in a divorce and custody situation.