Information disclosed within the therapy session is confidential, and may not be revealed to
anyone without the client's written permission. The exception is when disclosure is required by law.
WHEN DISCLOSURE IS REQUIRED BY LAW
Disclosure is required by law when there is a reasonable suspicion of child, dependent, or elder abuse.
Disclosure is required by law when a client presents a danger to others.
Disclosure may be required if a client presents as a danger to him/herself.
Disclosure may also be required if the therapist is court ordered in a legal case.