Our service is confidential. We will not disclose your status as our
client or any information provided by you to other parties without your
consent. Rarely, psychologists may discuss cases with other
psychologists for the purpose of professional supervision. This ensures
you receive the best possible treatment. Discussions between
psychologists don’t identify names and all staff are bound by the same
ethics and confidentiality.
Psychologists in Australia are bound by law and ethical requirements to disclose information to other parties when the following is involved:
- Current abuse or threat of abuse of a child.
- A risk of serious harm to yourself or someone else.
- Details of a serious offense under the Major Crimes Act
- Information requested by a subpoena from the court of law.