EMDR Phase 1: History Taking & Case Conceptualization - Teen Confidentiality
Parents/caregivers have likely completed a different consent form for their child to see you. But it is important to review the terms of confidentiality with your teen client as that’s who you have the primary relationship with. It gives you the chance to be transparent about the specific parameters of confidentiality in their sessions.
I have made this resource as general as possible, however therapists from many different areas may be accessing this resource. So, if needed verbally add, or adjust content material as needed.
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