Rights must be guaranteed for those who have psychotherapeutic treatment, independently of the theoretical orientation of the professional, and formulated according to the psychologists’ and doctors’ code of conduct.

What follows is a list of the rights that must guaranteed to those who have psychotherapeutic treatment, independently of the theoretical orientation of the professional, and formulated according to the psychologists’ and doctors’ code of conduct. They have the right to:

Professional secrecy may only be overridden on the following conditions:

-       If the therapist is aware of the abuse of a minor or an elderly person under guardianship.

-       If the therapist is aware of the intention of the patient to harm him/herself or others.

-       If the therapist receives a court order to override the professional secret.