NO MORE WOKE MENTAL HEALTH TREATMENT APPROACHES
We must hold Licensed Professionals accountable for the services they render. If you have a child that is enrolled in therapy and the Mental Health Professional is engaging in unethical behaviors, then it's time to file a complaint.
The Mental Health field is in desperate need of reform. The courses that are required in Universities for a Masters Degree or PhD are plagued with a woke agenda and extreme leftist ideologies.
Parents, it is imperative that you know your rights with your children. Know the laws that will help you defend your rights.
If we start holding the licensed professionals accountable, then maybe the licensing boards and higher education programs will review the academic requirements and trash the textbooks that are teaching TRASH!
Change must start with US! Together we can do this.
Malpractice occurs when a patient is harmed and suffers as a result of a professional licensed provider failing to provide care that measures up to accepted standards of care.
This is both a medical and a legal concept, and for a patient to win a suit against a doctor or medical facility there must be evidence that the professional was negligent, caused harm, and that the harm resulted in significant damages. Medical malpractice is important because it helps provide justice and compensation for individuals but also because it forces medical professionals to take greater care with patients and to work up to a certain standard of care.
Medical malpractice is a kind of negligence, and there are many reasons why a patient may have been harmed. It may be the result of an error in making a diagnosis, making a mistake with treatment or medication, failing to diagnose or treat a condition, or many other mistakes, omissions, incompetence, or simply not providing good care based on accepted standards of care. A patient who believes he or she has been the victim of this kind of medical negligence can start a lawsuit against the individual or group responsible. This is a medical malpractice suit.
The rules of medical malpractice suits vary by state, but there are some basic guidelines that are common to any case. Most importantly there are four factors that are crucial in proving that medical malpractice has occurred. Any suit must meet these requirements to be successful:
The licensed professional might state they are treating the client based on the industry's standards of care, but these are considered guidelines and they vary across different professional organizations.
State in simple, narrative language why you believe a violation has occurred, and be sure to include all documents and materials you believe to be important to the investigation of your complaint.
The failure to respond to questions or requests for information from agency staff may result in the dismissal of the complaint.
NOTE: All documents and materials gathered by or submitted to the Council during the course of an investigation are confidential and will not be returned to the submitting party once the complaint is resolved. Moreover, investigation materials may be disclosed only to those individuals identified in Section 507.205(b) of the Occupations Code. Thus, complainants are encouraged to keep a copy of any materials submitted.
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