Confidentiality, Secrecy, and Privacy in Psychotherapy : Sociodynamic Considerations

  • J S Neki
  • Published 1992 in Indian journal of psychiatry
Confiding in others is essential in human interaction. In doctor-patient relationship, its role is crucial. In psychotherapy, it is absolutely indispensible as it is the very foundation on which the process of therapy rests. Privacy, a state of being that involves withdrawal from public gaze and societal intrusion, also has considerable implications for the… CONTINUE READING