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  • 0 P002 New Perspectives: Ethical Standards for the 21st Century PractitionerNew Perspectives on Ethics, Session 4 with William Doherty: Comment Board 02.08.2011 07:15
    I enjoyed and was challenged by this presentation. Who among us hasn't secretly wished that a difficult client would just go away? Dr. Doherty's strategies for terminating or discussing terminating the therapeutic relationship were very helpful, humane, and positive. This has been an excellent webinar with nitty-gritty, germane perspectives on issues not commonly discussed in an ethics course.
    Cynthia K.
    Chester Springs, PA
  • 0 P002 New Perspectives: Ethical Standards for the 21st Century PractitionerNew Perspectives on Ethics, Session 2, Ofer Zur: Comment Board 01.25.2011 07:14
    This was a very thought-provoking presentation. I am a digital immigrant and am constantly struggling to keep up with even the most basic advances in technology. While I am not currently practicing (am trying retirement for a while), I can see that many of these issues have arisen in the two years that I have been retired, and that if I do decide to go back to practicing any time in the future, I will have to completely revise my office policies to include things like Googling, Facebook, and text messages. I am grateful for Dr. Zur's expertise and guidance in these areas and will certainly access his site for more information.
    Cynthia Kelly, LPC
    Chester Springs, PA
  • 0 P002 New Perspectives: Ethical Standards for the 21st Century PractitionerNew Perspectives on Ethics, Session 1: Comment Board 01.18.2011 07:18
    from Cynthia Kelly, Chester Springs, PA:

    I especially appreciated Mary Jo's emphasis on processing almost all of these ethical dilemmas (other than therapist's crushes) with the client. My Gestalt training has always steered me in that direction, and I felt very affirmed by everything she explained. I also liked her distinction of when to attend client "rituals" - only go to ceremonies, but not to parties. That was very helpful and has cleared up for me what I felt all along - I attended a non-traditional student's graduation from junior college, but did not feel comfortable going to the party afterward.

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