The information you disclose with your therapist remains between you, your therapist, and the therapist’s supervisor. Supervision is an ethical practice that ensures the competency of therapists. Confidentiality is breached when you or you are in a life-threatening situation. You will be detailed more about confidentiality before your therapy sessions begin.
We strive to hold a warm and safe space for all. Therapy cannot be another place where you feel discriminated against or unseen due to your identity. We hold a safe space for people facing minority stress based on their gender, sexuality, socio-economic class, region, nationality, ethnicity, religion, neurodiversity, disability, occupation, spiritual identity, or various intersectional identities. Our approaches are minority-stress and trauma-informed.