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In addition, following the rulings associated with Tarasoff v. Regents of the University of California (1976), many states have enacted laws that either require or permit mental health professionals to disclose information if they believe their client represents a danger. Laws may differ by jurisdiction, so clinicians should be familiar with their reporting responsibilities as well as specific definitions of abuse, dangerous, and harm (Kalichman, 1999). Therapist Disclosure of Information As previously described, therapists may have an ethical and legal responsibility to disclose clinical information in specific circumstances, such as situations or behaviors that represent a danger to self or others.