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Re:what if...

Posted by Pfinstegg on September 19, 2004, at 22:38:22

In reply to Re:what if..., posted by pegasus on September 19, 2004, at 22:15:11

Pegasus is right- the only exceptions, legally, are if the therapist feels like there is an imminent danger of suicide or homicide. But, it's true- you live in a small town where the therapists probably know a lot about what goes on. When you find someone you want to work with, it would probably be very reassuring to get the question of confidentiality about what happened right out on the table. It really is a big topic you'll need to spend a lot of time working through, and you do need to feel certain that the therapist you choose will keep 100% confidentiality.




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