We maintain a policy of strict privacy and confidentiality for all interactions with existing and prospective clients. All inquiries and interactions are strictly confidential. All inquiries, visits, conversations, in-person interactions, and written statements are considered part of an ongoing therapeutic consultation and are therefore private and confidential. In compliance with the American Psychological Association’s Ethical Principles and Code of Conduct no information of any kind is given to anyone outside of the organization unless you request that we do so in writing, except in the situations described below.
A serious and immediate threat to your life or your wellbeing.
A serious and immediate threat to the life or wellbeing of another person.
Suspicion of abuse of a child under the age of 17.
Report of imminent danger to the general community.