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Therapy involves a confidential relationship with clear rights and responsibilities. Consent is an ongoing agreement that respects the client's autonomy and safety.

Therapy addresses personal issues, enhances insight, and provides coping strategies.

Confidentiality is prioritized, but exceptions apply, such as child protection or imminent harm.

Clients must arrive on time, give notice for cancellations, and follow payment policies.

Complaints should be discussed with the therapist or directed to regulatory bodies if necessary.

In emergencies, contact appropriate healthcare or crisis services.

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