Confidentiality

Maintaining confidentiality allows for open and honest communication between therapist and client. The therapist can then make more accurate assessments and propose more effective treatments for the client. Confidentiality is thus, the cornerstone to a successful therapy outcome.

In general, be rest assured that all communication between a therapist and client is kept confidential, except in a few special circumstances where the therapist is required by law to report it such as in cases of child abuse and where there is intended harm to either the client or a third party.

 

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