Confidentiality and safeguarding

What you choose to tell me is confidential, unless I believe that someone’s safety is at risk, including your own, or you tell me about a planned or undisclosed crime, examples of which include money laundering, drug trafficking and terrorism. 

On these occasions, which are rare, I have a legal and ethical duty to respond. This might include an initial discussion with my clinical supervisor, and may extend to informing responsible agencies such as the police, safeguarding teams and NHS.

Information shared is always on a ‘need to know’ basis. Wherever possible, I will do so with your knowledge and consent.


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