Treating you in confidence

Confidentiality is the cornerstone of all therapeutic and supervisory relationships. This means that the content discussed in each session is confidential. However, in order to maintain ethical and effective practice, every practitioner within the field is required to discuss their clinical work with a senior practitioner, known as a Clinical Supervisor. This is done in a way that protects your identity and anonymity.


In rare or exceptional circumstances, therapists are required by law to extend this confidentiality agreement to other relevant professionals. This may happen when a client is of serious risk of harm to themselves and/or others. Every attempt is made to discuss this with the client beforehand, and is also carried out under professional guidance.