What kind of feedback can I have with my son’s or daughter’s therapist?

We take it as a given that parents will have contact with their child’s or teenager’s therapist.  This can happen as often as the therapist, the parent or the teenager would like.  The therapist will provide as much feedback as possible, with answer as many questions as possible, while still being respectful of confidentiality.  When specific questions are asked, we often help the child or teenager to answer, rather than having this come through the therapist. 

If you are my therapist, can you talk with my son’s or daughter’s therapist?

As long as the parent signs a release of information allowing each therapist to talk with the other, this is not only allowed but is often quite useful.  


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