Tag Archives: Confidentiality

Brief Reminders / Questions For New Year

Advocacy: Do you consider yourself to be an advocate for your clients? Is advocacy a part of your [...]

Confidentiality – Disclosures to Patient

Below you will find topics that I have written about in prior issues of the Avoiding Liability [...]

Transparency Without Overexposure, Boundaries Without Remoteness

We therapists are paid to be nosey—in a professional way, of course.  We get to ask strangers [...]

Law and Ethics: Questions to Ponder

There comes a time when the practitioner believes that the patient presents a serious and [...]

Law and Ethics: Questions to Ponder, Continued & Confidentiality – Insurance Reimbursement

My brief answer to the questions raised is not intended to be compliant with a particular state [...]

AIDS / HIV

… Therapists often ask whether or not confidentiality may or must be compromised when the [...]

Confidentiality

What is the right of an individual participant in group therapy to confidentiality? Should (or [...]

Child Abuse

… Suppose your patient, a sixteen- year old boy, tells you that he started a fight with his [...]

Keeping Confidences

“Keeping confidences” of our clients/patients is necessary for the therapeutic alliance to work, [...]