Approximately a year and a half ago , I saw a psychologist for approximately 10 sessions . I presented her with my desire to find happiness despite my ongoing complex marital problems . She then agreed to see my husband and myself for couples counseling , which lasted for a couple of months . My husband decided to leave his therapist , and we all agreed our now couples counselor could see him on his own , ending my relationship with her . He revealed to me approximately a year after leaving her that he had ended the therapeutic relationship because she told him that she had determined early on in her sessions with me that I had borderline personality disorder . She had never told me such , I now feel betrayed , and ( I am a trained therapist ) it is impossible to diagnose BOD that quickly .
Workers' Compensation Lawyer
I dont see a viable claim but you can certainly contact the Illinois Department of Professional Regulation and/or State Psy society to see if she vioalted any ethics rules and a local malpractice attorney for ore specific advice. But be careful about who else you discuss the therapist with because you do not want to be sue for defamation.
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While there may have been a breach of ethics and confidentiality, there does not appear to be malpractice.
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