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There are certain instances that may make one to breach their confidentiality rule to their client. This includes in conditions when:
The client asks you to tell someone else
A healthcare professional seeking assistance from a fellow colleague in the management of a patient.
When it is notified by a statutory authority.
When ordered to do so by a judge.
To prevent another person from being harmed.
When a threat is real.
When the client has identified his or her intended target and
When client is intending on carrying out a threat.
In conclusion, confidentiality is paramount especially in jobs that really constitute that in it's involvement and interaction with the clients.
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