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New Perspectives on Ethics, Session 5, Steven Frankel: Comment Board

 

steve_frankelThank you for attending the final session of New Perspectives on Practice: Ethical Standards of the 21st Century. We hope you’ll come away from this course with a better understanding of how to handle ethical dilemmas in our practices, particularly ones created by new technologies.

Today’s session with Steven Frankel will delve into how to avoid the most common ethical pitfalls and how to handle the most common ethical—and legal—situations. He’ll discuss role conflicts and deviations, boundary crossings and violations, and the three axioms of ethical responsibility.

What do you think was most relevant to you about today’s session, and about the whole course? Please comment below about what was most important, applicable, and interesting.

Thank you all for your participation and comments.

02.14.2011   Posted In: P002 New Perspectives: Ethical Standards for the 21st Century Practitioner   By Rich Simon
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    New Perspectives on Ethics, Session 4 with William Doherty: Comment Board

     

    william_doherty_lrgToday’s session with William Doherty, the fourth in our ethics webinar course, will cover the subject of terminating therapy in an ethical manner, in a different format. He’ll use cases from HBO TV series “The Sopranos” and “In Treatment” to illustrate effective and ineffective ways to terminate therapy when clients are no longer benefiting.

    We hope that after this informative and entertaining session, you’ll have a clearer understanding of helpful and unhelpful ways to terminate therapy and how to handle it ethically.

    What do you think was most relevant about today’s session? We encourage you to take a few minutes now to share any related experiences, and to comment on what was most applicable to you or most interesting.

    Please consider what struck you the most about today’s session and to think about everything you’ve learned so far about ethics, and comment below. As always, we invite you to please include your name and hometown with your comment. Thank you all for your participation.

    02.07.2011   Posted In: P002 New Perspectives: Ethical Standards for the 21st Century Practitioner   By Rich Simon
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      New Perspectives on Ethics, Clifton Mitchell, Session 3: Comment Board

       

      clifton_mitchellThank you for attending the third session of New Perspectives on Practice, “Ethical Standards for the 21st Century.” Today’s session with Clifton Mitchell--“The Therapist’s Duty to Warn, Report Abuse and Rape, and Handle Self-Injurious Behavior” will cover the latest legal developments concerning therapists’ obligation to prevent clients from harming themselves or others. We’ll explore the responsibilities and the limitations of confidentiality and other ethical situations, such as how to handle clients’ self-injurious behaviors.

      We hope you come away from this session with a better understanding of what’s required of therapists ethically and how to better deal with situations like clients who self-harm. What do you think was most relevant from today’s session? What was most applicable to you in your everyday practice? Do you have any related experiences that would be helpful to other participants?

      Please take a minute to consider these questions and everything you’ve learned so far throughout this webinar, and comment below about what’s most striking to you.

      As always, we invite you to please include your name and hometown with your comment. Thank you all for your participation and thought-provoking comments.

      01.31.2011   Posted In: P002 New Perspectives: Ethical Standards for the 21st Century Practitioner   By Rich Simon
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        New Perspectives on Ethics, Session 2, Ofer Zur: Comment Board

         

        ofer_zur_lrgThank you for attending the second session of New Perspectives: Ethical Standards for the 21st Century Practitioner. Today’s course, “Ethics in the Digital Age” with Ofer Zur covers some of the ethical challenges caused by technologies such as e-mail, search engines, and social media.

        How has the Internet Revolution raised professional boundary issues? How do you handle clients who research you on the web, and should you ever research them? We hope you come away from this session with the answers to some of these questions and more.

        Please take a minute to consider and everything you’ve learned so far throughout this New Perspectives webinar, and comment below about what’s been most interesting to you. What new strategies from today’s session do you think will be most applicable to your practice? Do you have any related experiences from your own professional or personal life that would be relevant here?

        We invite you, as always, to please include your name and hometown with your comment. Thank you all for your participation and reflections.

        01.24.2011   Posted In: P002 New Perspectives: Ethical Standards for the 21st Century Practitioner   By Rich Simon
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          New Perspectives on Ethics, Session 1: Comment Board

           

          Thank you to everyone who attended the first session of “New Perspectives: Ethical Standards for the 21st-Century Practitioner.” We hope that this 5-part webinar series, featuring leading experts on ethical therapeutic practice, will provide you with practical and enlightening discoveries of modern ethical strategies and boundaries.

          Today’s session with Mary Jo Barrett, “Ethical Dilemmas for the 21st-Century Practitioner” focuses on ambiguous situations: how to keep to our ethical boundaries while utilizing our clinical wisdom.

          Using the Comment Boards provided after each session will help all of us process what we’ve learned so far and what questions we may have. It’s most helpful when all of us take a few moments to share relevant experiences, questions, or reflections. What stood out for you during today’s session? What do you think will be most applicable to you—professionally or personally?

          In order to create a better sense of community, we invite you to please include your name and hometown along with your comment. Thank you all so much for your participation and thought-provoking reflections.

          01.17.2011   Posted In: P002 New Perspectives: Ethical Standards for the 21st Century Practitioner   By Rich Simon
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