In exercising my 1st amendment rights of freedom of judgment and opinion in regards to my own observations and experiences; as well as some substantial truth with a strict intent to politely inform. nMy experience was that I reported to supervisor Dr. Craig licensed psychologist about a few licensed counselors that worked under her supervision for malpractice and mobbing. I believe that I was a victim of mobbing and malpractice from licensed psychologist Dr. Diana Damer and social worker Keith Arrington. Dr. Craig didn’t do anything to help me in regards to getting the services that I needed, nor did she assist me with my complaints of discrimination when she was informed of them (inaction is against the law), nor was I taken seriously about getting better customer service. Significant amounts of damage was done by all of the above mentioned professionals. Dr. Craig’s subordinates showed up late to my sessions, had a rotten attitude, they tried to engage in brainwashing me, filed inaccurate and misleading documentation, refused to provide true professional services, they were constantly defensive and appeared to have something to hide, during my sessions they repeatedly lied to me, they collected private information about me that had nothing to do with counseling (most of the questions were leading and digging for negative information), and during my sessions they lashed out in anger with cutting sarcasm and cryptic comments that made me believe that my confidentiality wasn’t going to be protected and that bad things were going to happen to me (intimidation and oppression). Another reason why I believe my confidentiality was violated is because other people in the nearby community knew information about me that I had only disclosed to Dr. Craig’s subordinates bound in privacy and confidentiality laws. Also grievances that I filed with Dr. Craig and her supervisor were shared with others at the university that they work for, other professionals and people from there bitterly came up to me and made cryptic comments that they knew I had filed complaints and they knew the details about the complaints (intimidation). All of the above is a form of retaliation, discrimination, mobbing, and civil rights violations. The people who knew of my grievances that did not provide action to help me are also guilty of discrimination because it is illegal to not provide action or procedural due process. nI believe Dr. Craig was equally involved in the mobbing and violation of my rights. Significant amount of psychological damage and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder was instigated by Dr. Craig, her supervisor Dr. Brownson, and her subordinates. The damages are still in affect until this day. nAs a supervisor Dr. Craig was supposed to step in and stop malpractice, unethical group behaviors such as mobbing, and possibly illegal behaviors from harming me. This was not done during my experiences. When I finally spoke in person with Dr. Craig, she was inappropriately flirtatious, inactive, and extremely cryptic and vague to the point of being obviously apart of the mobbing that I experienced. nAnonymous carenAnonymous, New YorkU.S.A.
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