Your privacy is important to us. Except in very specific circumstances, conversations with your therapist are confidential. However, a therapist may break confidentiality if there is an immediate threat to safety or when required by state law or federal law to report concerns to authorities. These situations include:

Threatening to immediately or soon (imminently) harm yourself or take your own life.

Threatening to imminently harm or take the life of another person.

Abusing a child or a vulnerable adult (someone over age 18 who is hospitalized or made vulnerable by a disability or age).

Being unable to safely care for yourself.

Additional information pertaining to your privacy can be found in the Privacy & HIPPA Rights document below. A paper copy will be provided upon request.


Privacy & HIPPA Notice

Office Policies & General Information Agreement for Psychotherapy Services