Confidentiality

 

While much of the stigma formerly attached to mental health issues such as depression and anxiety has been erased, there are still a number of conditions which will make those affected hesitate before seeking help. Few people will want drug addiction or a history of sexual abuse to become public knowledge, and a therapist’s assurance of professional confidentiality might seem purely theoretical in such a situation. When you go to see a therapist at their office or in a medical building, it is pretty obvious that you are there for mental health care so if you are trying to hide it, that is not the way. Even though hiding the fact that you may need to talk to a therapist is not really necessary, some people just are not comfortable letting others know their business when it comes to that kind of thing. 


 
Deaf World 

 
The Deaf world is a small cultural group of people, most people know friends and family that covers a wide area. Most of the time any local counsellor is known within this circle. Deaf4Deaf with the option of choosing clients choosing their own counsellor overcomes this problem.  
 
Who knows when you talk to Deaf4Deaf
 
When a client completes the self-assessment or contacts Deaf4Deaf using the contact form, the administrator who is not Deaf is the only person who sees’s the contact information. When the client has chosen the counsellor or coach, the information is shared with that person only. 

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