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Corrupt and underhanded Psychologist (Name unknown)

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Squizzy69's picture
on Thu, 09/18/2014 - 18:11

I am not sure if this is the right place to put my concerns, but I will give it a go.

  •  I had an experience in the workplace that was so out of place, it still worries me 5 years after the fact. I was doing inhouse Supervisor training. The trainer (who was also a Psychologist) mentioned not once, not twice but a number of times about "People having voices in their heads". And what does repeating this many times, have to do with being a Supervisor. This is the first time, I had heard the expression.

    Is there a logical explanation as why this was brought up in Supervisor training. What does it have to do with being a Supervisor. After being workplaced bullied and I suffered a mental breakdown. I have now been diagnosed with Schizophrenia. I don't have any issues with it now as I am under medication. But, it still worries me, with what happened in this training.
     
    Yes, I know that it is a symptom of Schizophrenia, just wondering, what does it have to do with being a Supervisor. I was just trying to improve myself and get further training and this happened, followed by me being work placed bullied. I was stood down from my position after I mentioned to Management, what happened in this training. It seems a liitle sus to me, that's all. As I said, this training was the first time, I had heard the expression. Just don't see the connection of it dealing with being a Supervisor.
  • The issue I had was re-occurring bad memories, kept coming back after I was work placed bullied from assaults and bashings from the past. Basically, any involvement from my past were I had been bullied or abused, came rushing back. But, no voices in my head.
  • Then to add to my frustration in this same training. When the training was over, I went up to the trainer and stood right in front of her and tried to hand her the evaluation form. When I looked up at her to say good bye, she basically turned her head to the left and ignored me, while I was standing right in front of her. I ended up, just walking off and leaving. It made me feel very uncomfortable, like the majority of the time I was in that training.
     
    I even had a man sitting next to me in the training say directly to me "He hates men with little man syndrome". That's what happens to someone who has been badly beaten up in the past. No-one at Council will give me an explanation as to what was going on and why, certain things were directed at me. As soon as I reported to Management what happened, I was stood down from my position a few days later. Being stood down from my job, made me even worse.
  • Also during the training someone knocked on the door and asked to see someone in the training outside. Next thing I know, this person (a women) came back in, packed up her belongings from where she was sitting and sat right next to me. What was that also all about? Too many strange things happened for me to let it go.
     
    Can anyone shed some light on this?