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10 Ethically Important Distinctions

June 24, 2017
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

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Are you clear about the differences reflected in the list below?
Why it is ethically important to make these distinctions carefully?
How might patients/clients be harmed if we fail to do that?
What might be the risk to you and/or clients if you fail to do that?

    I. Personal Moral Code vs. Professional Ethics

  II. Ethically-Required vs. Ethically-Permitted Behavior

 III. Ethically-Required vs. Legally-Required Behavior

  IV. Ethically-Prohibited vs. Legally-Prohibited Behavior

    V. Legally-Required vs. Legally-Permitted Behavior

  VI. Voluntary Disclosures vs. “Involuntary” Disclosures

 VII. Ethical Focus vs. Legal Focus vs. Risk Management

VIII. Privacy vs. Confidentiality vs. Privilege

   IX. Boundaries vs. Dual Relationships

     X. Psychotherapy vs. Coaching vs. Friendly Advice

    XI. ………………………………………………………………………..



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This workshop offers three (3) Continuing Education (CE) credits in Ethics/Laws.
CE Certificates will be awarded at the completion of workshop attendance.
You may contact your state licensing board to confirm approval for license renewal.

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