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Generally, your insurance will just see a bill. There's not even really any breakdown in codes - it's all just therapy.
Confidentiality can be an issue sometimes. It's not supposed to be, there are rules and regulations, but that doesn't always work in theory. As someone whose complete confidentiality was betrayed by my former (and much loved) therapist (she handed over my entire file, complete with her notes to a court-ordered forensic psychologist despite having assured me she would never do such a thing) I would still go to a therapist if I felt I needed to. The support and healing I received with her far outweighs any of the downfall of having my life spread out there in public (and believe you me, it isn't pretty, child molestation, rape, abuse my by ex - it's all out there).
I wish you well on your journey and if you can let your guard down a bit and trust the process, oftentimes people find great growth and healing.
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