I'm in the situation where I now know, from a first hand witness to what would be considered a crime, of events in the past that have, I think, affected me greatly.
I didn't commit the crimes, but someone who I care for greatly, did, against others I care for greatly.
Does that make sense?
I want to discuss all of this with my psychologist. It really has completely turned my world upside down, but at the same time makes complete sense.
I was not the victim of the crime, as far as I can remember. But I also remember nothing for large periods of my life, so can't be sure.
My question is, if I disclose historic criminal acts to my psychologist, do they have a duty to disclose those acts to police? There is no danger to anyone anymore, the main perpetrator is dead. But, I guess accomplices, to those crimes are still alive. The accomplices are people I still care for greatly, whom I don't wish to hurt, even though they've made terrible mistakes.
I don't want them to go to jail, and neither does the first hand witness/victim of those crimes.
What do I do?