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Shyabang Shyabang
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#31

Posted 22 October 2013 - 09:24 PM

Maybe she already contacted the authorities. They could be watching you or what you post at this very moment.


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Posted 22 October 2013 - 11:56 PM

If she's genuinely concerned you're going to do something violent, she's well within her rights to tell your parents. In fact, she's required to tell someone. You can't sue her; she followed the law to the letter.


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Posted 23 October 2013 - 12:23 AM

Just don't kill anyone mmmmkkk

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Posted 23 October 2013 - 03:14 AM

Gosh, if your dangerous should you be allowed on the forum?

And, If you're a U.S. Citizen you can't get guns or ammo now. So everybody is safer.

:)  One down Millions more to go.


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Posted 23 October 2013 - 04:25 AM Edited by Vlynor, 23 October 2013 - 04:25 AM.

If you're not a minor, sue her, find a way to take legal action. She shouldn't be saying anything to anyone without your permission. If you're afraid of spending money only to come up short, try to find one of those percentage-lawyers who take from the profits and don't charge a fee.


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Posted 23 October 2013 - 10:07 AM

She sounds like a sloppy shrink but then she may genuinely believe you're a danger to your family in which case she has a duty of care to try and protect them from her patient. 


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Posted 23 October 2013 - 10:55 AM Edited by arsenal_fan, 23 October 2013 - 10:55 AM.

I don't know the doctor patient privledge rules that well but unless he is a minor then surely she has no right telling his parents? I went to a psychiatrist once when I was 19 and after I talked to him alone he asked if we could bring my dad into the conversation (he was waiting outside) and I said yes. If he asked me then I only presumed that meant he couldn't talk to my dad unless I told him to as I was not a minor.


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Posted 23 October 2013 - 04:35 PM

Maybe that's why she had a camera in the room when I would talk with her.


Out of curiosity, why was the camera in the room in the first place?

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Posted 23 October 2013 - 07:06 PM

Gosh, if your dangerous should you be allowed on the forum?
And, If you're a U.S. Citizen you can't get guns or ammo now. So everybody is safer.
:)  One down Millions more to go.

Dafuq is up with this lil weasel dude and his ridiculous posts? o.O

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Posted 23 October 2013 - 10:54 PM

 

Maybe that's why she had a camera in the room when I would talk with her.


Out of curiosity, why was the camera in the room in the first place?

 

Sounds like a set-up for a porno to be honest.

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Posted 24 October 2013 - 03:06 AM

Sounds like a set-up for a porno to be honest.


Y'Know That was going to be my original post, but I didn't want to sound like a perv.

Maybe she would blackmail him? Hmmm.......
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Posted 24 October 2013 - 06:03 PM

you could sue, but if your under the age of consent, she has a right to speak to them


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Posted 24 October 2013 - 06:45 PM Edited by Shenmue18, 24 October 2013 - 06:45 PM.

You could get a lawyer and sue the f*cking pants off her.

This, as a psychiatrist she's supposed to NEVER reveal anything to anybody, even if they're family members or friends of yours it doesn't matter. She can't legally tell anyone without your permission anything you tell her in a session. Unless you've said something like that you're planning to kill yourself or you committed a felony, in that case your psychiatrist is legally bound to inform someone if you're a danger to yourself or others. 


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Posted 24 October 2013 - 06:53 PM

Be glad she contacted your family instead of the authorities. Also bear in mind that she has the authority to put you on involuntary psychiatric hold where you will be forced to take medication, which is not unusual in cases like yours. I'd say you got of relatively well.

 

@018361 Patient confidentiality laws only go so far, if a psychiatrist perceives his/her patient as a potential threat, he/she is forced to contact the authorities and/or put the patient on involuntary psychiatric hold. Contacting the family on the other hand is a big no-no unless the patient is a minor or in the care of a family member.

 

QFT. Patient confidentiality is not infinite. As healthcare professionals, it is their duty to report any patient who is an immediate threat to themselves or others, even if it breaks patient confidentiality. This can be done to other doctors or healthcare professionals, police, family members etc...

Thisisone of the first things we learn about as Medical Students and students studying other healthcare professions.

 

Is she a Psychiatrist or a Psychologist? Report her to the Ethics Board.

 

I completely agree, the Ethics Board, or in the UK the General Medical Council (GMC), or other medical disciplinary bodies, should be the first people you complain to in the case of suspected misconduct by a healthcare professional.

However, as I explain above, I don't think the psychiatrist acted wrongly by telling his family.

 

 

Be glad she contacted your family instead of the authorities. Also bear in mind that she has the authority to put you on involuntary psychiatric hold where you will be forced to take medication, which is not unusual in cases like yours. I'd say you got of relatively well.

 

@018361 Patient confidentiality laws only go so far, if a psychiatrist perceives his/her patient as a potential threat, he/she is forced to contact the authorities and/or put the patient on involuntary psychiatric hold. Contacting the family on the other hand is a big no-no unless the patient is a minor or in the care of a family member.

There's a  difference between thinking about murder and actually committing it. Throwing someone in the loonie bin just because they said they'd kill someone isn't exactly legal. Everyone gets pissed every once in a while and says stupid sh*t like that.

 

 

That is true. However psychiatry considers far more than just what a patient says to judge his mental state and the potential of harm to themselves or others.

I assume that his psychiatrist would at least have the most elementary knowledge and skills of her profession to make the judgement somewhat accurate.


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Posted 25 October 2013 - 10:08 PM

 

Maybe that's why she had a camera in the room when I would talk with her.


Out of curiosity, why was the camera in the room in the first place?

 

 

No idea. She would just take it out and record me during sessions.


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Posted 25 October 2013 - 10:20 PM

If you ever wanna commit something violent, here's something you should do instead of murder.

You should (Literally) shove a few eggs up her ass.

Not hard boiled.

sh*tting out egg crust hurts so bad, and the process isn't that pleasant either.

And if you shove enough eggs up in there, you can know that she wouldn't be able to walk straight for a week, or have a painless/bloodless poop for a month.


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Posted 25 October 2013 - 11:26 PM

No idea. She would just take it out and record me during sessions.


Has it ever driven you to suspicion as to why the camera is in her office?

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Posted 25 October 2013 - 11:41 PM

 

No idea. She would just take it out and record me during sessions.


Has it ever driven you to suspicion as to why the camera is in her office?

 

 

I assumed she was recording in case I became violent. Although, that's a pretty stupid assumption considering my reputation.

 

I looked on the internet to see why she did it or if it's common practice, but I've seen nothing. Maybe I'll ask in one of those psychology forums.


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Posted 26 October 2013 - 12:19 AM

GTAover is so dangerous and manly.


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Posted 26 October 2013 - 12:26 AM

I looked on the internet to see why she did it or if it's common practice, but I've seen nothing. Maybe I'll ask in one of those psychology forums.


I don't think she's suppose to record you. She is suppose to talk to you, or ask you questions.

You don't have to answer this but does she ask you any kind of weird things, financial, politics, etc...? Or does she make you do anything in front of the camera.

Call me crazy.... But I think she's trying to set you up, or she might just be trying to blackmail you. You should ask her why does she have the camera, and why are you recording me(you).

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Posted 26 October 2013 - 12:55 AM

 

I looked on the internet to see why she did it or if it's common practice, but I've seen nothing. Maybe I'll ask in one of those psychology forums.


I don't think she's suppose to record you. She is suppose to talk to you, or ask you questions.

You don't have to answer this but does she ask you any kind of weird things, financial, politics, etc...? Or does she make you do anything in front of the camera.

Call me crazy.... But I think she's trying to set you up, or she might just be trying to blackmail you. You should ask her why does she have the camera, and why are you recording me(you).

 

 

No, she asked questions you'd expect from a psychiatrist.

 

I don't think she has ill intent. I still have her email, so I'll ask her.





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