Those who work as caregivers, counselors, or doctors in the related fields of psychiatry and psychology can not perform their jobs properly if they have not matured out of judging others. A patient who has been judged as "damaged goods" or "lesser" by a psych. professional can not be treated properly, they have already been thrown away. Just like a teacher who sees a child as "no good" or a "waste of a seat" will not teach that child with any professionalism, a clergy who sees a parishioner as "damned" or "no good" will not bother to do his or her real job, or a police officer who assumes that a person is guilty of something because of their tattoos, their short skirt, the car they're driving, or the color of their skin. When the job a person has CHOSEN is working with human beings, the ability to see them as innately valuable individuals and remain objective is absolutely essential in doing their job properly. It takes a certain level of maturity and self-awareness, but with a small amount of effort, anyone without a mental limitation can learn objectivity. Judging students, clients and patients as "bad" or "good" should have been left far behind, in childhood, where it belongs.