I have a hard time dealing with the fact that at my mental health clinic, AIDS Health Project, the conversations with my therapist and psychiatrist called "confidential" are actually reviewed by a "care team" or "crisis team" of people I don't know - which has absolutely been helpful in emergencies, or off-hours. But the access to my therapy notes, even if useful, feels over-exposing. I don't have a question about that. I accept it.
But - in my blogrolls section (low in sidebar), under the category "Mental Health Blogs", there is a category titled "Questionable Mental Health Blog" which lists a blog called "The Therapist Mumbles". This blog consists of a psychotherapist posting his or her therapy notes about his or her clients - anonymously. Which content certainly could be learned from and possibly helpful to a reader in similar, or different circumstance to or from a client. The - anonymous - publicity could also elicit or break trust in some reader getting help through therapy, though.
What do you think about it?