- It is subpoenaed by a court
- Failure to disclose the information would in the reasonable belief of Stephen Moore (Inner Strength Therapy) that a client or another person is at serious risk to life, health or safety
- The client’s prior approval has been obtained to: a) provide a written report to another professional or agency, e.g., a GP or a lawyer; or b) discuss the material with another person, e.g. a parent, employer or health provider; or c) disclose the information in another way
- Disclosure is otherwise required by law. A client’s personal information is not disclosed to overseas recipients, unless the client consents or such disclosure is otherwise required by law.
- Stephen Moore (Inner Strength Therapy) has ongoing supervision. The supervisor is also under confidentiality. In supervision, your age and certain circumstances may be disclosed however your name will not be revealed
If clients have a concern about the management of their personal information, they may inform Stephen Moore (Inner Strength Therapy). Upon request they can obtain a copy of the Australian Privacy Principles, which describe their rights and how their personal information should be handled. Ultimately, if clients wish to lodge a formal complaint about the use of, disclosure of, or access to, their personal information, they may do so with the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner by phone on 1300 363 992, online at http://www.oaic.gov.au/