Seemed nice on the first visit. She asked me what I wanted from her and I said mainly to take things slowly and try to be non-judgmental. second visit was a psych evaluation, and to my surprise she had me sit at her laptop and answer 300 true/false questions. I could have done that from home. Third visit she called me antisocial, a predator, and an addict.
Unfortunately patients enter treatment requesting testing and psychotherapy yet do not want to accept the results with the diagnoses and feedback. Sometimes too they tend to take the information out of context and terminate treatment.
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She ended therapy when I requested my file. She wouldn't send file until I filed a complaint with Office of Civil Rights. My file contains 120 pages of my recorded sessions for a year without knowledge of being recorded and no consent. See YouTube: "Illegal Ultimatum" to hear how she ended therapy with an ultimatum.
February 8, 2017
Dear Community Friend,
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