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Unread August 8th, 2004, 05:57 PM
travistee travistee is offline
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Arrow Abuse of counseling by sherrif

A girl I know has a non criminal problem with the sherriff's department where she lives. Its a family court matter.

She didn't have to plead guilty to anything. The charges are all false and never happened.

She consented to a case plan that includes counseling. The sheriffs dept psychologist says she has to be in counseling until she admits that she is in denial and admits to everything that the accusing investigator charged her with.

Is that something that any professional review board would approve of?

Could it be an abuse of the professional authority given to the psychologist?


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