A mess of privacy and confidentiality issues raised by the Stephen Collins case

You expect your therapy session to be held in strictest confidence, right? But what if your spouse is present in the therapy session and records it – and goes public with it. What then?  The Stephen Collins – Faye Grant divorce case raises a number of concerning questions as to who recorded a therapy session they both attended, and whether the therapist or Collins even knew the session was being recorded.  The release of the audio tape had a devastating impact on Collins’ career. Did he have any rights in this situation?

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