So my situation is this: While going to a military technical school I was experiencing some anxiety and sought the assistance of a psychologist. That's not a big deal, I took care of it and haven't had an issue since. However, I disclosed to the psychologist that I had a sleepwalking episode and was concerned. He said not to worry about it and it probably shouldn't reoccur, which it hasn't. Since separating I've received my medical paperwork documenting everything, and as far as I can tell nothing even remotely suggests that this conversation happened with my psychologist.
I'm not looking to bury anything here, but according to doctor/patient confidentiality do I have to cover this? Should I be concerned with marking this down on an SF-86 even if it was a one time case that was considered a non-issue by the psychiatrist?
Also, I already considered posing these questions to the psychiatrist in question but he has long since retired.