Any information that comes from a counselling session can only be disclosed to others by law if;

  1. If a client is threatening serious bodily harm to another or themself or under the threat of being seriously harmed.
  2. Under a legally binding court order to disclose the notes, give a testimony or deposition.
  3. When the counsellor is seeking professional advice from a mental health professional supervisor. Names are not usually revealed in these cases.