AAG Professionals are providing maximum confidentiality.
We discuss our professional work only with our Supervisor.
We do not disclose client’s information to anyone without Client’s consent.
Client's consent needs to be obtained in writing during the first session.
Only in following situations Psychologist is able to obliged to breach confidentiality:
If client is actively suicidal or doing serious self harm
If client is actively homicidal or planning to harm someone
If Psychologist believes based on reasonable evidence that client has been exposed to abuse of any kind (sexual, physical, emotional)
If the court requests client’s notes, we have to give them to the court. Saying this, it is important to understand that:
All files are electronic and kept in the electronic bank system only, thus maximum security has been assured.
The content of Psychologist’s notes, however, belongs to the client. Client therefore has the right to request that Psychologist do not write the notes, ifthe client wishes to discuss some delicate personal issues.
Us Clinical Psychologists and Psychologists are obliged to discuss this all with our Client at the beginning of the first session and then, we are obliged to practice within the boundaries of the Code of Ethics and Professional Practice, and thus we are obliged to the following:
We will always do our best to support our Client to drive the process and do what is the best and safest for the Client.