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Ethics in the Digital Age
Where do we set the boundaries?
CE Credits: 2
By Mary Jo Barrett • As the therapist's status shifts from an oversized "Svengali" to an overworked service provider at risk of lawsuits, what can we make of traditional ethical codes?
By Ofer Zur • The revolution in communication technology has created a new set of ethical dilemmas, which—given the pervasiveness of Internet culture—are invading our sessions, whether we know it or not.
By Janine Roberts • The ways we disclose, read cues from our clients, and dialogue about what’s been divulged are the keys to whether therapist self-disclosure helps clients’ therapeutic goals or gets in the way.
By Steven Frankel and Clifton Mitchell • A therapist–lawyer on what most often gets clinicians in trouble with the law and everything you need to know about the duty to report, to warn—and more.
By J. Scott Janssen • Whether it's a 70-mile-an-hour fastball or a 10-year-old child who doesn’t understand why her mother has died, it’s natural to want to duck.