PROFESSIONS, VOCATIONS, AND BUSINESSES
54-2314. Privileged communication — Confidential relations and communications between psychologist and client. A person licensed as a psychologist under the provisions of this act cannot, without the written consent of his client, be examined in a civil or criminal action as to any information acquired in the course of his professional services in behalf of the client. The confidential relations and communications between a psychologist and his client are on the same basis as those provided by law between an attorney and client, and nothing in this article shall be construed to require any such privileged communication to be disclosed.
[54-2314, added 1963, ch. 186, sec. 14, p. 549.]