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    If you think a psychiatrist or psychologist has committed malpractice is it easier (or better) to just file a complaint with the APA instead of trying to win a malpractice suit?


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    Each one will produce different results. If you sue a professional for malpractice and win, you will be awarded damages. If you just report the professional to an organization, they may get penalized but you will not receive any type of compensation.
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