You have the right to update, correct or modify your personal data if necessary. As a registered counsellor with the Psychotherapeutic and Counselling Federation of Australia (PACFA) and as a clinical member of the Counsellors` and Psychotherapists` Association of NSW (CAPA), your counsellor complies with the ethical codes and privacy principles of these associations as well as the legal requirements of the National Privacy Principles 2006, 2002 of the Health Records and Information Privacy Act and the Code of Conduct for Health Professionals NSW 2005. There is no doubt that one of the cornerstones of any therapy is that the client must know that what he has discussed during the sessions is not transmitted. Counselling involves the exchange of personal, private and sensitive information. To make the customer feel less anxious and stressed about sharing this information, they need to know exactly what is confidential and what is not. This is the information contained in the presentation of confidentiality agreements….