The case was due to start later this month but was delayed after a psychiatrist diagnosed her with a major depressive illness.
At Paisley Sheriff Court trial was set for November 26.
Depute fiscal Douglas Hamilton said: "Investigations have been made by the Crown. It may be appropriate for the crown to get its own independent psychiatrist to clarify matters.."
Defence lawyer Iain Fleming asked for McGuire to be excused appearing at the intermediate diet on November 13.
He added: "The lady is in hospital on an unrelated matter."
McGuire, 44, of Eaglesham, is accused of assaulting her husband Derek Mitchell with a shoe at the family home on December 8 last year.
McGuire denies behaving in a threatening or abusive manner towards her husband.
She is said to have shouted at him, pursued him, forced open a bathroom door and placed him in a state of alarm.
She also denies striking him on the body, knocking him down a flight of stairs, and repeatedly punching and kicking and stamping on his head and body.
It is also alleged she threw household articles at him, pulled down his shorts and underwear and repeatedly assaulting him with the heel of a shoe.
McGuire, who is charged under her married name of Susan Mitchell, is currently suspended by Radio Clyde pending the outcome of the case.
The court heard last month she was suffering from a "major depressive disorder".
She had been due to attend the court on August 20 but her lawyer told the court he had received notification the previous day that she was too ill to be there.
The presenter married Mr Mitchell in 2010.
Last year she gave birth to her fourth child.