Psychotherapy services are best provided in an atmosphere of trust. You expect a therapist to be honest with you about your problems and progress.
In turn, the counselor expects you to be honest about your expectations for services, your compliance with medication, and any other barriers to treatment. Because trust is so important to successful psychotherapy, all services provided by a therapist should always be held in the strictest confidence. Everything you say to your counselor should remain within the office walls. Moreover, even your identification as a client should remain confidential. Mary Beth goes to great lengths to protect your anonymity and will keep your information safe, secure and confidential. For privacy information related to this web site select the following link. PRIVACY