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help - October 8th 2012, 07:47 PM

if a counsellor is worried your gunna harm yourself or gunna kill yourself
who do or can they tell im over 16 so confidentuality but i remember her saying she can breack it if she is worried about me but idk who she can talk to.
and i need to ask i kinda told her i would be better off dead and that today was our last session as dead people dont need them
   
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Re: help - October 8th 2012, 08:57 PM

Hi there.

As your 23, it's going to be hard for her to have the right to break confidentiality. If she feels you're at serious risk and need immediate help, she will have the right to call a crisis team for immediate intervention and to contact the police, again, so they can get to you immediately. At least this is what I know from my personal experience. People such as friends, family, education tutors etc should not be contacted.

You know, if you feel unsafe, it's also okay for you to contact these people (crisis team and the police). It doesn't have to be the other way around. They want to help you and if you feel like you're at a risk to yourself, contacting them is okay and can be helpful. Basically, don't be alone. Don't let it go that bad that people are running after you. Before it gets to that stage, step in and take control and ring them and ask for the help. You're not alone in this. If you want to talk about anything we're always here for you.

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Re: help - October 10th 2012, 07:29 PM

hi thank i didnt do anything to bad not that the feelings have totaly gone cos they havent
but sh did help abit i will think about contacting them
   
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