Clients have a right to expect that information revealed in sessions
not be disclosed without extraordinary justification.
The conditions that justify the release of information and by law
must be reported to the appropriate agencies are the following:
1. Knowledge of child abuse or neglect.
2. Knowledge of senior citizen abuse or neglect.
3. A client poses a serious risk of suicide and is in imminent danger to self.
4. A client poses a threat of imminent danger to another person.
5. By a court issued subpoena.
6. Knowledge of a felony that has been, or is being committed.
In other situations, signed authorization for release of information is required.