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.
While there may have been a breach of ethics and confidentiality, there does not appear to be malpractice.
Stephen L. Hoffman
Law Office of Stephen L. Hoffman LLC
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A lawsuit would likely be fruitless, but contact a local malpractice lawyer to discuss.
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