Privacy Policy

Confidentiality
The law protects the relationship between a client and a Psychologist, and information cannot be disclosed without written permission except where required by law.  According to state and federal law, d isclosure is required when there is a reasonable suspicion of child abuse, elder or dependent adult abuse or neglect, and when a client present a danger to self, others, property, or is gravely disabled. I am also obligated under the law to report any instance where you disclose that you have accessed, streamed, or downloaded material where a child is engaged in an act of obscene sexual conduct.

Privacy Policy
The protection of your health information is very important. As a Psychologist, I recognize that many of the things we discuss are sensitive and I want you to be aware of how this information is used or disclosed.  As a healthcare professional covered under the federal “HIPAA” law I am required to give you this notice and to abide by its terms. I reserve the right to change the terms of this notice, and if that happens I will provide you with an updated copy with the changes.  Please download my INFORMED CONSENT AND PRIVACY PRACTICES form below for full disclosure.

New Patient Forms

I will provide you an email link to all new patient forms once you are scheduled for a session. You may fill out these forms on your computer or phone and they will auto submit back to my system. Here is a copy of the forms for your reference.

Informed Consent and Notice of Privacy Policies

Release of Information

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