Psychotherapy can sometimes be a little frustrating. You sit in an office, share your life with your therapist, but get only a small window into what your therapist thinks about you. They share their insights in little dribbles that come out from time to time.
When what we really want is the whole kit and kaboodle.
So an interesting experiment at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston is raising eyebrows — giving patients electronic access to their mental health notes.