Your identity, and the contents of each session that we have, whether those are in person, via telephone, by email, or through some other form of communicating, are always completely confidential. Unless you are in immediate danger, I will not tell anyone the contents of our session(s) under any circumstances.
Excluding emergency situations, I do not divulge information about you to other people.* That includes your partner or spouse. If someone knows about your session, it will be because you told them. Should I gain a mentor, which I may do one day, if I had a question about our session, I would falsify everything about you, so that your identity would never be revealed by me, and could not be guessed by any other.
Frankly, I have had clients who have asked me to share certain information about their sessions with third-party individuals. I have a strong preference that the client do that for herself or himself. This is your session. I encourage you to do whatever strikes you as appropriate with the information gleaned therein.
To that end, I will not initiate a greeting or conversation in public--although I will gladly respond if you say hello. This is just another part of keeping your identity secure. That way, my greeting won't cause any complications. It is better if you don't have to explain anything that you prefer to avoid explaining.
If you share a telephone number or email address with another person, or if you are contacting me from a phone number or email address that you primarily use for your work, then I ask that you tell me that as close to the beginning of our relationship as you are able, so that I can take additional measures to guard your privacy. Among other measures, I could avoid naming the purpose of my call or message, in the interest of a larger caution.
I hope I am making it clear that the most important part of the work that I do is holding your vulnerability with gentle hands. I take that very seriously, because I appreciate your trust. Trust is the foundation of the relationship that we have. It defines the possibilities in what we are capable of building. It underscores credibility. Trust makes it possible to go deeper, seek more, and believe what we build and what we find.
I look forward to sharing more of it with you.