We treat, with great care and respect, all the information that you share with us during sessions. It is your legal right that our sessions and our records about you be kept confidential. This privacy is also protected by the ethics of our profession. There are a few situations, however, in which we cannot ensure that your confidentiality will be protected. These include but are not limited to:
Additionally, in the interest of continuity of care, we may ask your permission to speak to other members of your care team (for example, your Physician). This will always be discussed with you prior to any correspondence and we will secure your express, written consent before talking to any other care providers.
The terms and limits of confidentiality are clearly stated in our “Limits of Confidentiality” form. All new clients must read, understand and consent to these terms. Additionally, there will be an opportunity to review and discuss these terms in first appointments.