In September 1989 I spoke with a counselor (Kathleen Kelley) at my Employee Assistance Program Provider, Sheppard Pratt. I told Kathleen Kelley that I thought I was a victim of job harassment at the law firm where I worked, and cited the statement of a coworker (Stacey Schaar) who said to me in August 1989: "We're all afraid of you. We're all afraid you're going to buy a gun, bring it in and shoot everybody!"
Well, darned if my file at Sheppard Pratt isn't a little strange. Kathleen Kelley denies that anybody ever said I was a homicidal maniac. Rather she recorded in my file that I had "paranoid delusions" about my coworkers. Call me paranoid, but I wonder if Sheppard Pratt was in cahoots with my employer -- a law firm managed by Vernon Jordan -- to thwart me from filing a job harassment lawsuit against the firm.
You'll notice that Kathleen Kelley says that I am a "brilliant man." Funny thing, the psychiatrist who assessed me at the George Washington University Medical Center in September 1992, Napoleon Cuenco, MD, wrote in his chart: "Intelligence average. Insight poor."
So many peculiarities!
Sheppard Pratt Employee Assistance Programs
P.O. Box 6815, Baltimore, MD 21285-6815
Counselor: K. Kelley
Case No. 470009890064
Client is extremely bright (brilliant) man in his mid-thirties who is a law school graduate & also has a master of laws yet is working as a legal assistant coding documents. He described his false self & how others refuse to allow his true self to be expressed; others see him as violent & crazy. He has no relationships, lives a completely isolated life. He desperately wants connections yet is terrified of it. He requested that I read his autobiography - "The Caliban Complex - An Attempt at Self-Analysis." He was open to the idea of exploring a therapeutic relationship. A second session is scheduled for September 20.
Client entered therapy in his early 20's for a period of 2 1/2 years. First therapy was with a psychoanalytically oriented psychiatrist who was "passive & [illegible]" & a second therapy with a psychiatrist who was aggressive & confrontive. He attempted suicide during this time. Client has paranoid delusions of his co-workers suggesting he is homicidal & planning to shoot them. Internal & unexpressed rage is projected. Shared his self-analysis "The Caliban Complex".