The therapist could end services with you, however that does not mean you just don't have to go to therapy. It all depends on exactly what your order states concerning mental health services. I don't believe your giving us exactly what your order states. FOC will not hold a show cause hearing without the complaint fitting the court order you have.
The facility submitted a report to FOC stating your not compliant, so you must provide proof that you are. Sounds to me like your confused on what your order states concerning what you have to do concerning mental health services.
When your ex filed a complaint, FOC would have sent you a letter and on that letter it will clearly state how many days you have to respond, hearing date will automatically be set, however depending on your response that hearing may or may not take place. You didn't respond, so the hearing is taking place. Since the facility sent FOC a report stating your not compliant with therapy, and you didn't respond to the complaint your ex filed with FOC, FOC has no choice but to hold a show cause hearing. Again the contact to notify you of the hearing by the court(FOC or the circuit court)would clearly tell you what rights you have and how long you have to file a response. They will not buy your excuse that you didn't know, it's on the paperwork. If for some strange reason it was not(I have never seen that happen in MI, standard letters and forms they use), it still is not an excuse, it is up to you to understand and know what your rights are concerning your case, including your rights to respond. It's information that is found in your FOC Handbook and you should have been aware of it.
Look up your county FOC Handbook online, if it is not online, then pick one up at your FOC office or call them and they will mail you one.
Her mental health according to you is being treated, you just stated she have been taking medication and has been in mental health services for years. You can have mental disorders, be diagnosed, be getting treatment and be perfectly capable of taking care of your children. At any time you feel her mental health is affecting her ability to care for your child, then you have the right to file with the court on it. Bringing it up though because she questioned your mental health and filed with the court, is going to get you nowhere now, you need to file yourself if it is a problem. If it is not a problem and she is under treatment, filing won't help.
Stick to you, not her, you have a mental disorder, the court ordered you to some kind of treatment, you need to follow that your order, and you have not been as you now have a show cause hearing. If you have been following that order, then prove that to the court at the show cause hearing. I don't think you can, as I think your mistaken on what the court is ordering concerning your mental health services. You most likely still have time to file a response before the hearing, you need to read your paperwork and see what it says concerning a response.
There are facilities out there that will help you and find you professionals that will direct you to places that can help. There are mental health advocates available that can help you understand much of this or find you people that do.
If possible, I would suggest fighting the whole therapy order in the first place. Has that been your only anxiety attack? Everyone has them every now and again if they're under a crazy amount of stress. We're only human and one single incident does not prove being "mentally unstable," as your ex so eloquently put it. If that was your only incident, provide documentation that proves that (such as a letter from the hospital stating that you have had no further admissions to the hospital). Get your butt into your primary care doctor for an assessment. If he agrees that there is no medical issue, have him write a statement to that effect. Affidavits from people who are around you a lot (friends, family, etc) are also a good idea, though not hugely necessary.
However, if you do have a redcurrant issue, find a good therapist and request that your compliance mandate be transferred to the therapist that you're seeing. A two minute exchange of words does not constitute therapy. With a severe anxiety problem, the child's safety needs to be taken into account. Regardless what your ex thinks, you should make it your personal mission to do everything you can to ensure your child's safety and well-being while he's with you. You don't want to scare him or risk him getting hurt because your emotional state prevents you from properly supervising his activities. Also, if you do have an issue, I would recommend consulting with a family attorney so that you know your options and aren't as easily screwed out of your time with your child.
Above all, be honest with yourself and take your issues with your ex out of the equation.
Generally (in my own experience in my home state), an affidavit can easily be challenged and the party required to either appear for a deposition or testify in open court. This is a common tool against robo-signed affidavits in junk debt cases, where the plaintiff will simply drop the case rather than incur the expense of producing the document signer (or the embarrassment of admitting they have no idea who that person is). Those affidavits are highly effective, only when defendants don't contest them properly and they are admitted into evidence as fact.
Do NOT keep posting your drivel. I'm known as a patient one and you are really pushing it.
Randomdancing, please post, minus name, what it says in your court order concerning this issue.