Privacy & Police

Issues of confidentiality: The therapist will maintain confidentiality of the information revealed during the psychotherapy. However it should also provide the provisions under which the information would be disclosed to others, for example the confidentiality clause can be worded as: “Information shared by the client will be maintained strictly confidential except in the following situations:

  1. To ensure the best treatment, therapist will at times discuss the case with his colleagues or supervisor, keeping the identity of the client confidential.
  2. If the client communicates threat of bodily injury to self or to another the information would be disclosed to the family members and the legal authorities.
  3. When there is reasonable suspicion of child abuse or abuse to a dependent adult has occurred, or is likely to occur legal authorities will be informed.
  4. If ordered by a court of law, the details of the treatment will be revealed to that court.
  5. In case of the couple and family therapy, if you tell therapist a secret and you ask the therapist to help you disclose it, then the therapist will assist you in doing so. Therapist maintains the right to disclose confidential information to other participants in the family or couple if the therapist feels it is in the best interest of the family or couple to do so. You have equal rights to release information to outside parties but therapist will withhold it unless it is in your best interest.
  6. Therapist will disclose the information to a third person or agency, if patient gives in written to release the information.
  7. Therapist can breach the confidentiality if the client threatened the therapist for his life or files a case against the therapist.

Gifts:

No gifts will be accepted by the therapist from the client and neither the therapist will offer any gifts to the client.

Self disclosure:

The therapy will focus on the issues of the client and the therapist will not respond to any questions regarding the personal details, and any such attempt by the client will not be accepted.

Home work assignments:

As part of the therapy client will be given some home work assignments in between the sessions, and the client is expected to carry out the same. If the client comes to the session, without completion of the homework assignment, then the therapist has the right to cancel the session. However, in such situation, the client has to pay for the session.

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