Dear Dr. Archer,
I was under the care of a psychiatrist in the U.K. who enforced a form of illicit research into my brain over a six month period. SRA ensued, and various other demeaning activities that were deemed as being unhealthy for me at the time. This action cost me both my name and my once bubbly personality.
I was labeled psychotic; I was in pain and couldn't understand the violence and the demeaning subjection. I was ignored at a time when I was crying out for help.
My once perfect eyesight became blurred. From my point of view, this was a health scare that did not originate from me. It was a total insult to my better nature and understanding of the psychiatric field and what they are capable of doing.
A family member allowed this man permission to perform research on me, using my clean mind at a time when I needed to fully heal and recover myself. I felt used.
To this end, I have sent a few letters to my psychiatrist asking questions about the occult and/or subjection. I am constantly undermined by his very presence, and have been told that I am hallucinating when I ask personal questions as to my care.
I find him quite violent if I approach him on personal issues. Moreover, the stages of recovery have been lost in the impunity of the situation. Since I consider myself more at risk by staying, I have recently withdrawn myself from his care.
Could you please advise me as to what steps I need to take to remove myself legally from his patient files, and what measure of authority I would need to approach in order that this case reaches a satisfactory conclusion without further endangerment.
Please, could you help me. Thank you for your assistance.
Dear Miss A,
I am concerned that you are not being treated by a psychiatrist. If you feel threatened by the psychiatrist you were seeing, find another doctor and have your medical records sent from your former doctor's office to your new doctor.
This will eliminate you from his files. Once you do this, you will no longer be under his care. From then on, you are free to see your new doctor.
Please make and keep an appointment with another doctor as soon as possible, you really need to have a professional involved in your care. Don't delay, Miss A. I wish you the best.