Our expert says:
Your neurologist should be reported to the medical Council ( Health Professions Council ) for gross progessional misconduct, and struck off the register to protect other patients from him. And for him to have treated the dep[ression he caused is even more improper. It's not simply that what you did was wrong, but that what he did was very wrong indeed. To have had an affair with you at all shows he had seriously defective morals and that he then treated you badly is hardly surprising.
Your psychiatrist, if he now knows about the affair and who the firty doc was, also has a professional and moral obligation to reporrt this man to the council for professional misconduct. That he is an academic and also in private practice makes his offensive conduct worse, not better. And your psychiatrist cannot competently treat your depression without discussing the affair and how it still troubles you - that is a central aspect of the problem, and not capable of being dealt with solely by medication.
I understand that it can be a most intimidating thought to consider reporting a senior doc to the Council, but it is an important thing to do, to protect other vulerable women from being exploited by this wicked man.
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