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Why is therapeutic relationship so important?

Why is therapeutic relationship so important?

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School: Chicago School of Professional Psychology
Department: Family/Development
Course: California Laws & Professional Ethics
Professor: Lisa maddox
Term: Spring 2017
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Cost: 25
Name: Law and Ethics Quiz 3
Description: Weeks 5-6
Uploaded: 02/17/2017
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Law and Ethics

Therapeutic Relationship:If you want to learn more check out What are examples of product cost?

• 1.7         → A continuous monitoring of the therapist's effectiveness

→ continuing relationship only as long as it is beneficial If you want to learn more check out What is the meaning of glycolysis in the cell?

• 1.8        → considering the interests of the client when terminating employment or contractual

relationships Don't forget about the age old question of What is selection as a form of priming?

→ example - changing agencies

• 1.6        → exploitation - don't use the relationship to further your agenda or exert undue Don't forget about the age old question of What is endosymbiosis and how is it related to the evolution of eukaryotic cells?

influence on patientsDon't forget about the age old question of Is market capitalization the same as market value?

Dual Relationships:

• California law doesn't address these directly

→ obvious exception of sex with a client

• Business Professions code section 4982 We also discuss several other topics like When does world war 2 ended?

→ subsection d - gross negligence / incompetence are grounds for disciplinary action

  • includes unprofessional conduct

→ subsection k - prohibits sexual relationships with client

→ subsection i - causing physical or emotional harm is (recklessly) cause for disciplinary

action

• harmful/unethical dual relationships. are any that:

→ impair professional judgement in

→ can lead to exploitation/coercion of client by therapist

☆ these do not HAVE to occur for it to be unethical. It its just has to seem likely /plausible

Legal / Ethical Standards about sexual relationships

1.2.2         ⎰• sex during the time therapy is going on         ⎫

⎱• sex within 2 years after treatment ends        ⎬unprofessional conduct

1.2.3         {• prior sexual relationship with the client         ⎭

• Professional Therapy Never includes sex •

→ brochure you give to patients who reported sex with prior therapist

→ you cannot contact authorities without written consent

→ discuss brochure, civil/criminal legal options

Spousal Abuse:

• cannot be reported without written consent unless the rules regarding dangerous dients applies

• provide DV hotline number and community resource info

• establish an “escape plan” → keys, money, clothes

HIV Status

• you can't report someone threatening to knowingly infect another person with HIV

• Americans with Disabilities Act

Evidence code 1024: required elements for reporting

• danger to self person or property of another                 ⎱both are

• disclosure is necessary to prevent the threatened danger         ⎰necessary

Welfare Institutions code 1024:

• 5150 → permits 72-hour involuntary hospitalization when they are an imminent danger to

self/others

• 5250 → extends hold up to 14 days under specific circumstances

• 5270 → extends hold for up to 30 days after the 14 days, with even stricter criteria

More evidence code 1024. required elements

• reasonable cause to believe this about the patient's mental or emotional condition

• client has plan intent means

Disclosing Suicidality/Homicidality:

• feelings of betrayal, abandonment

• client may initiate malpractice action / BBS complaint

• duty outweighs damage

Tarasoff → required elements to "warrant and protect”

• client / family member communicates the threat

• intent, means, and plan exist

• victim is unaware of the threat

• call police and inform of situation (relevant info)

• contact victim to inform them of action

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