Even Counseling Centers Have Problems With Confidentiality.
Counseling services are offered from many different groups, from government-run facilities to churches. There are many reasons an individual may be receiving counseling:
- Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings
- Anger Management
- Crisis Pregnancy Counseling
- Grief Counseling
- Marital Counseling
- Post-Partum Depression
- Psychologist’s offices
- Rape Counseling
- Suicide Prevention
Every individual being counseled wants their conversations to be kept confidential. When receiving group counseling, all topics discussed amongst the group are to stay within the group. All group conversations are to stay among only the group members present, even when groups are broken down into smaller groups. When an individual receives one on one counseling it is expected that topics discussed will stay within the confines of those walls. Unfortunately, the human voice carries and without proper sound masking confidentiality may be breached. When conversations are heard through walls, across the room, under doors, the counseled individual will feel exposed and embarrassed. Sound masking for counseling centers is no longer a luxury, but a necessity.
Sound Masking for Counseling Centers
A solution is well within your means. No matter the size of the room where counseling is taking place, from a small room to an office the size of a gymnasium, there is a sound masking solution for you. Speakers can be installed and they will broadcast a soft, low-level background sound that will mask other noises in the treated areas.