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8 steps in ethical decision making
1) identify the problem
2) identify the potental issues
3) look at relevant ethics codes
4) consider the applicable laws and regualtions
5) seek consoltation
6) brainstorm possable courses of action
7) Enumerate the consequences of various decisions
8) decide on what appears to be the best possible course of action
when to break confidentiality
1) when client under 16 is believed to be the victem of a crime
2) court order
3) client needs hopitalization
4) clients request
dual or multiple relationships (sexual)
unethical no matter what, even if it is a former client.
dual or multiple relationships (nonsexual)
complex but not always unethical.
how to evaluate dual/multiple relationships
refrain from any relationship that may compromise objectivitity, competence, or effectivness. also aviod if there is risk of harm or exploitation.
ways to minimize risk for dual/multiple relationships
set healthy boundries early. consult other professionals to maintain objectivity. work under supervision if necessary. self-monitering
avioding multi/dual relationships
almost impossable. keep them low risk and non sexual and its ok.