Hey guys - I have been seeing a psychiatrist on and off for about a year. He specializes in addiction recovery and he's prescribed some meds which I've tried. Some have worked and some not. But anyway, my husband told me today that this Dr. called the house yesterday and he and my husband spoke about his treatment of me. I have never signed any type of waiver saying this doctor can discuss my treatment with anyone. Anyone here who knows me would know that I am currently splitting up w/ my husband. My question is: is this ethical behavior for the doctor / psychiatrist? I feel really really weird about this and it freaks me out. Can you guys tell me if you have every dealt w/ this, and also advice on what I should do?? thanks, piper
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