Couples/Family Confidentiality Release
In the course of both couples and family therapy, it can be desirable for the therapist to meet with clients individually. Traditionally, all communications in such sessions are considered strictly confidential, except in the case of threats or admissions of violence against self or others. In a family or couples therapy situation this type of confidentiality can be confusing, cumbersome, and a hindrance to the progress of therapy.

General Confidentiality Release

Personal History Questionnaire

Parental Responsibility Intake Questionnaire