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im curious - June 2nd 2011, 11:49 PM

if i were to tell my couselor i cut is she suppose to tell my parents or would it be between me and her i dont want to tell her and have her call home i will tell my parents but i wnat them to hear it from me not her




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Re: im curious - June 3rd 2011, 12:23 AM

I think it depends on your counselor, but I don't believe they should. Unless they believe that your life is in danger, I don't think they can report something like that. You could always ask your counselor about their confidentiality policy. You should feel like you can open up to your counselor about anything that's going on, so if that's a concern, talk to them about it.


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Re: im curious - June 3rd 2011, 03:15 PM

Have you discussed with you counsellor, her views on confidentiality? If you let her know that you don't want your parents to find out, you could work out a compromise of topics that cant be discussed. When I first started seeing a counsellor, I was told that I couldn't talk about self harm or suicide, but I think it depends on the person.
   
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