Privacy

A relationship between a psychotherapist and a client is strictly confidential and the privacy of their communications is protected by law. You, the client, hold the confidentiality privilege – which means that we cannot disclose any information about you to a third party without your written permission.

Thus, we will safeguard your personal information and everything you tell us will remain strictly confidential, except for these important exceptions. We are mandated to disclose to the proper authorities:

-        Suspected child, dependent or elderly abuse;

-        Client’s intent to seriously harm another person;

-        Client’s intent to seriously harm himself when client does not contract for safety.