Reestablishing Connections Therapy (RCT) adheres to the ethical and professional standards of the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers in addition to applicable Canadian law. All information discussed in sessions will be kept strictly confidential and can only be shared with written consent from the client. The following are legal and ethical exceptions or limits to confidentiality in counselling, and related services: 1. If there is danger of the client seriously hurting themselves. 2. If there is a danger of the client seriously hurting someone else. The individual at risk of harm will need to be alerted. 3. If there is any indication that a child (under 16 years of age) or an elderly person (over 65 years of age) is at risk from sexual, physical, emotional abuse, and/or neglect. 4. In some cases, a file could be subpoenaed by the court or be reviewed by a regulatory body. 5. If a client shares that they have been sexually abused and/or harassed by a health care professional, a report must be made to the appropriate college(s) (e.g., College of Physicians and Surgeons). 6. In the case of couples/family counselling, when a session is held without all family/couple members present, information shared in that session may be shared when the family/couple sessions resume.