Generally speaking, the records of psychologists are confidential, unless there is an exception for sharing of information for treatment. You should file a complaint with the agency that is responsible for regulating mental health records in your state.
Yes, they did, but what are the damages if you sue. How did you find out and did you complain to anyone?
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Consider contacting the patient advocate of the hospital that you are being see and discussing your concern. Read the hospital's Notice of Privacy Practices. It contains information about how you can request a restriction on the use/disclosure of your PHI.
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