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Crimes and Confidentiality

Avoiding Liability Bulletin - November 2022 NOTE: Last month I wrote about a situation involving the intended dangerous behavior of...

Richard Leslie October 31, 2022

Patient Reveals Sex With Prior Therapist – Protecting the Public?

Avoiding Liability Bulletin - March 2019 In California, when a patient reveals to a psychotherapist that during the course of...

Richard Leslie March 1, 2019

Privilege and Confidentiality – A Deeper Look

Avoiding Liability Bulletin - November 2017 In the September 2017 issue of this Avoiding Liability Bulletin, I raised several questions...

Richard Leslie November 1, 2017

Insurance Company Records Request

It seems that requests by insurance companies or contractors for insurance companies for copies of client records is on the...

Guest Author August 24, 2016

Confidentiality and Your Clients – Mistakes That Can Lead to a Lawsuit

The highest standard a healthcare practitioner can hold onto, other than administering the best level of care, is confidentiality and...

CPH Insurance June 16, 2016

Parental Access to Records of Minor

Avoiding Liability Bulletin - April 2005 … One area where I get repeated questions involves the right of parents to...

Richard Leslie May 24, 2016

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