We are located in South Calgary at Suite 830 – 10201 Southport Road SW. Our office is in the 12 story building at the southwest corner of the intersection of Macleod Trail and Southland Drive. There is free 2-hour parking in the parking lot in front of the building.
The Southland C-Train station is a short walk from our building. From the C-Train station, take the pedestrian overpass east into the parking lot, and walk around the buildings to the main doors on Southport Road.
Our office is located on the 8th floor of the Southland Plaza building. When you arrive at our office, there is no need to knock – please come right into our waiting room and make yourself comfortable until we come to meet you.
All of the information that you share with your psychologist is treated with the utmost care and respect for your privacy. You have the legal right to confidentiality of your sessions and records. Your confidentiality and privacy is also protected by the rules and ethics of the profession of psychology.
In general, your psychologist will not disclose your information without your consent. However, there are some situations in which confidential information may be released to others without your consent:
1. If you have been referred here by the Court, correctional services, your medical doctor/psychiatrist, or another agency (e.g., an employee assistance program), you can assume that they may wish to receive some type of report or evaluation.
2. The Court has the right to subpoena relevant records.
3. If you threaten to harm yourself, or someone else, and your threat is considered to be serious, your psychologist is professionally obligated to take whatever actions seem necessary to protect people from harm.
4. If any kind of current child abuse or abuse of a dependent person is revealed, your psychologist is obligated to report this to the appropriate government agency.
In order to provide you with high-quality treatment, your psychologist may consult with other psychologists or professionals. Your name and identifying information will not be revealed during these consultations without your consent.
For clients who are under 18 years of age, the law provides parents with the right to examine psychological records. Because effective therapy requires trust and privacy, it will be important for the psychologist, parent(s), and minor to agree on how information will be exchanged during the course of therapy. Even if parents have agreed to maximize the privacy of the minor, they will be notified about any issues that compromise the physical safety of the minor.
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