2010 Tennessee Code
Title 63 - Professions Of The Healing Arts
Chapter 11 - Psychologists
Part 2 - General Provisions
63-11-213 - Privileged communications.

63-11-213. Privileged communications.

For the purpose of this chapter, the confidential relations and communications between licensed psychologist or psychological examiner or senior psychological examiner or certified psychological assistant and client are placed upon the same basis as those provided by law between attorney and client, and nothing in this chapter shall be construed to require any such privileged communication to be disclosed.

[Acts 1953, ch. 169, § 17 (Williams, § 7082.17); T.C.A. (orig. ed.), § 63-1117; Acts 2001, ch. 123, § 22.]  

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