Law provides for the protection of the relationship between and information shared between a client and a counselor. This information can not be released without written permission. Exceptions to this include: Suspected child, elder or dependent adult abuse for which we arre required by law to report to the appropriate authorities; if a client is threatening serious bodily harm to another person or person we are required to notify the police and the intended victim; if the client intends to harm themself we will work diligently with their cooperation towards a solution that ensures their safety. In the event of a lack of cooperation we may be required by law to take further measures without their permission to ensure their safety.
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