Any communication made by any person to a licensed professional counselor in the course
of professional services rendered by the licensed professional counselor shall be
deemed a privileged communication and the licensed professional counselor shall not
be examined or be made to testify to any privileged communication without the prior
consent of the person who received his professional services, except in violation
of the criminal law.
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