I had been seeing a psychologist named W., who would only see me with mom. The sessions were supposed to be about me "improving" myself, When mom would bring up problems, I would point out the reason for the problem, but if it involved mom, she would deny having any fault in it. Unfortunately, W. is a friend of my mom, and has only ever listened to mom. I had met with W. once by myself, and told her about issues with my mom, figuring she would not tell mom. I never said anything or implied anything about harming myself or others, so she had no reason to tell any of this to mom. I met with her in February 2012, then in September 2012, in her last week of working before she left to go to another place in the country, mom made an appointment with her to talk to her alone. This was W.'s last week of working at the clinic; and I may be wrong but it looks like the only possible reason as to why she would do this, she went and told my mom about the issue I was having with her (my mom), particularly mom's drinking. I had told W. thata this was to be kept confidential, but obviously she did not think it should be, yet when mom has met with her by herself and talked about me, W. had never once told me what they talked about. W. is now gone and I am now seeing another psychologist (M.) at a different clinic, and M. doesn't want anything to do with mom, and when I inquired about M. telling mom anything I say to this person, the psychologist said they wouldn't unless I expressed harming myself or someone else. I told M. what W. did and was told that is not acceptable and I should report it, but that is useless now since W. isn't even in the same part of the world as I am in. To me what W. did was sly, and I have a hard time trusting people now, I always had a feeling that W. was not a person you could trust with confidential things, and they said your intuition is usually right, and mine was since when I did try to trust her, look what happened. M. is aware of my difficulty with trusting others and hopes to gain my trust because she knows I am not telling everything, but right now I don't know if I will be able to trust a psychologist ever again, I had been seeing W. since 2008 (I never wanted to see her at all, I didn't like her from the moment I met her; mom knew her since 1992), and that was basically a session to not look at the whole story and see how some people MIGHT be mistaken....But I learned how to act and just pretend to agree with everything, even though 70% of what was said to me was not right, I had asked M. about this, I told M. the issues with W. when I started seeing M., which was unfortunately after W. left.