I think you right, Mr Reid, that it's hard to be an expert in a case and at the same time treat one of the litigants. It's a little different here, because my T was "my" expert in court. She testified on my side against the court-appointed psychologist. So, she was from the very beginning "my" expert and now she is "my" doctor. So, there is no conflict of interest in this case.
And you are saying that my doctor had a lot of opportunities not to become my T, I don't agree with that. She did offer me another therapist in her office to go see but I refused and I told her that I only want to see HER. So, what was she supposed to say: No. What would you say, NO? That would break my heart if she did that but she did not and I hope I'll get something good out of my experience of being in therapy with her. She felt that I needed her and she did not refuse to help. What more can you ask from a DOCTOR?
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