Links & Resources

Helpful Links

National Association of Social Workers

Medicare & Medicaid

Department of Health and Hospitals

American Psychiatric Association

Functional Family Therapy

National Health Service Corps
Confidentiality and Privacy Policy
Communication between a client and their therapist is privileged and confidential. This means that the therapist or staff can not discuss a case, orally or in writing, without the written permission of the client.

Some state laws specify there being special circumstances when a mental health professional may be required to break confidentiality.

These circumstances include:
  • when a person is a threat to themselves or others(such as exhibiting homicidal or suicidal ideation).
  • when someone is suspected of being abusive to others, such as children, the disabled, or elderly.
  •  court mandated.