You have the right to be treated with respect and dignity. What you talk about in therapy is deeply personal and confidential. No information about you will be disclosed to anyone without your written permission. Limitations to confidentiality include imminent danger to self or others; known or suspected abuse or neglect of children, adults with disabilities or elderly adults; or in the event of a Court Order.

 Informed Consent

You have the right to give informed consent for treatment, including, but not limited to receipt of information about the risks and benefits of treatment, your diagnosis, goals and procedures for treatment, including actively participating in the establishment of treatment goals, the management of treatment information and the means to access that information, including any limitations thereof, retention of records and their destruction, billing, fees, and non-payment procedures including collections.

You have a right to freedom from discrimination. Services are provided without regard to age, race, color, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, religion, marital status, cultural background, political ideology,or socioeconomic status.