Our expert says:
I would suggest that this issue be discussed with the Health Professions Council - I'm not sure that any therapist should be allowed to refuse to provide a report to the patient or their guardian. If he expects to get paid for whatever he does ( I actually don't know what an "Educational Therapist" is or does - make sure you check with his receptionist or whoever knows, WHAT his basic qualifications are to claim to be any sort of therapist ). This sounds deeply suspicious and not normal good professional behaviour ( assuming the "educational therapist" actually belongs to one of the health professions ) - it is the normal duty of any proper health professional to provide, either directly to the new therapist or through the parents / guardians or patient, a competent report on their diagnosis of the problems identified, and what therapy they provided, with what results.
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