Date - Saturday, June 20, 2020
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
CE Credits: 3
Price: $ 150
See Outline Below.
Deliberate Dual Relationships:
When Are You Ethically Free to Say “Yes”?
Presented by Mary Alice Fisher, Ph.D.
Ethics Codes specify that not all dual relationships are unethical.
When are we free to say “yes? When must we say “no?”
I. Ethical Standards About Dual Relationships
II. Licensing Board Regulations About Dual Relationships
III. Ethical Decision Making About Voluntary Dual Relationships
A. Deciding When to Say “No”
Evaluating the Potential for Exploitation
Evaluating the Potential for Harm
Anticipating the Potential for “Perception of Harm”
B. Considering When To Say “Yes”
Wearing Dual/Multiple Clinical Hats?
Adding Non-Clinical Role to Existing Clinical Role?
Adding Clinical Role to Existing Non-Clinical Role?
IV. Ethical Responses to “Involuntary” Dual Relationships
A. Legally-Imposed Dual Roles/Relationships
B. Agency/Employer-Required Dual Relationships