So one day that I emailed my therapist she replied to me that she would send a copy to another provider, so I replied I do not have one so please send one to me and then I have not heard back. So she has not given me a reason why I cannot get a copy.
In general patients are legally entitled to a copy of their medical records. However, when it comes to records related to mental health treatment both state law and HIPAA treats them slightly differently. The therapist is not required to provide complete copies of mental health records to the patient directly but to another provider. Find another therapist, sign a HIPAA release on their letterhead and have it sent requesting the records be sent to the new provider. If she still doesn't comply then you can file a complaint with the state board of medicine.
I would like to get the report so I can read at what time she realized that she needed to call CPS
You will not be provided this information by her, a new therapist, or the state. It is protected information under state law. Mandatory reporters (which health care workers are) are protected as is anyone who makes a complaint of possible abuse to CPS. The details are confidential and sealed.
I have complained to Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners but they told me she is not licensed so they could not help. She is a PsyNP so I don't know where to complain other than maybe to the place where I started seeing her.
Since she is a nurse you can file a complaint with the State Nursing Board that licenses nurses. I would also file a formal complaint with the supervising physician she works for. Clearly she has boundary issues and exceeded them. Because your boyfriend had your permission to manage your apartment in your absence and granted her access there likely is no basis for a trespassing complaint. It sounds like you definitely need a new therapist based on what you posted here. If it were me I would cease contact with her, find a new one, and move on.
I asked how do I get a copy of my record and can I sue her... did you answer those questions?
I answered how you get copies earlier in this post. Based on what you posted here I do not see any legal facts to support a lawsuit as you have no tangible damages for her conduct. Consult local counsel if you have other facts that might support a case.
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