FAQ – Is my information kept private?
Your information is covered by the therapist-client privilege, which is protected by state law. Georgia state law specifies that the individual in treatment holds privilege regarding the release of their information. State law permits confidentiality to be broken in rare situations such as to report a reasonable suspicion of child or elder abuse, or an intention to harm one’s self or another person. Additionally, private health insurance has access to information in order to process financial claims.