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Whatever your reasons for enrolling in this ethics course on boundaries sponsored by Behavioral Health CE, and whatever your level of enthusiasm, my goal is to present you with engaging material that you find useful.
My hope is that by the end of this experience you have a keener appreciation of the complexity of ethical issues in behavioral health, greater understanding of both the daunting and more routine ethical issues that arise in the field, a solid grasp of helpful resources, and concrete information to help you protect clients and yourselves.
Portions of this course content draw on the author’s work found in the following: I would like to begin the course by placing the topics of boundaries and dual relationships in a broader context.
As you may be aware, in recent years human service professionals have been paying a great deal of attention to ethical issues.
There is no question that interest in ethical issues in behavioral health (in the professions of social work, psychology, psychiatry, marriage and family counseling, counseling, pastoral counseling, and psychiatric nursing) – and, more generally, professional ethics – has burgeoned in recent years.
If you are an entitled government entity pursuant the Georgia Administrative Procedures Act, O. You agree that you will not copy, print, or download anything from this website for any commercial use.If you do not agree to the terms and conditions above, you must cease accessing and/or using this website and destroy all material obtained from this website without your agreement., we concluded by promising another entry on the thorny problem of conducting personal relationships with clients and/or their spouses.This is a temptation that seems to be irresistible to many, with legion stories cataloging bad behavior and worse– everything from the divorce lawyer who got caught in the courthouse literally with his pants down with his mentally unstable client seeking custody of her three kids to the criminal lawyer who "loved" her poor, black diminished capacity client onto death row and a lethal injection.Even "The Good Wife," one of the best portrayals of the legal workplace to hit TV, took on the subject last year when Diane Lockhart of Lockhart & Gardner took as a client her flirty ballistics expert and then proceeded, between protestations about ethics, to take him as a lover as well.