Never anything you don’t want to! Many questions will be asked to try to gather information to make a plan for your therapy. At no stage must you tell your psychologist something you don’t want to or are not ready to. You can always tell your psychologist you would like to skip that question or not talk about a particular subject.
However, it is important to note that holding back can lead to longer lasting therapy because the plan you make with your therapist in the beginning may be missing valuable detail.
All personal information gathered by the psychologist during the provision of the psychological service is for the purpose of providing you with the best possible treatment.
No information collected or discussed will be disclosed except when:
Your personal information is not disclosed to overseas recipients, unless you consent or such disclosure is otherwise required by law. Your personal information will not be used, sold, rented or disclosed for any other purpose.
The consent and confidentiality form is located in the resources section of this webage. You are welcome do review this at any time.