A certified sexual offense therapist, or any employee of a certified sexual offense therapist, may not disclose any communication made by a client during the course of noninvestigatory professional treatment or rehabilitation, except:
When the client or a person authorized to act on behalf of the client gives consent to the disclosure;
When the client initiates legal action or makes a complaint against a sexual offense therapist to the Sexual Offense Treatment Board;
When the communication reveals the intent to commit a crime harmful to the client or others;
When the communication reveals that a minor may have been a victim of a crime or physical, sexual or emotional abuse or neglect; or
To juvenile and adult parole and probation officers supervising the client under a mandated sex offender treatment condition imposed by a court or releasing authority. [2007 c.841 §9; 2019 c.68 §9]Note: See note under 675.365 (Definitions for ORS 675.365 to 675.410).