Confidentiality

Not only is Confidentiality taken seriously by me. Knowing that your privacy is not going to be disclosed unless a few circumstances exist (I will address these next) is essential to building a trusting, safe environment in which the work of psychotherapy takes place.

 

The client-therapist relationship is protected by the laws of confidentiality: No verbal or written information regarding any client will ever be released without the client’s written permission. There are a few exceptions to this law, such as instances of child abuse, domestic violence or if the client becomes a danger to him or herself or endangers others.