June 8, 2019—Fairfax VA
Mary Alice Fisher, Ph.D.
Below are some sample questions.
This list will grow as we add your items and questions.
You can send them in to us now at Office@CenterForEthicalPractice.org
or be ready to bring them up at the workshop.
Meanwhile, feel free to bring your electronic devices to this workshop,
since you may need to go online to pull up resources to help answer questions.
- How do my Ethical Standards fit together with my Licensing Board Standards?
- Why did Dr. Fisher write that “Who is the client” is not a good ethical question?
- What if I want to provide therapy services to clients who are sitting in another state?
- Can I bill third party payers for “distance services” by telephone?
- If I receive a subpoena, why can’t I just turn over the information?
- If I am closing or moving my practice, am I required to notify current and/or former clients?
- How much may I charge patients and others for copies of records?
- How much malpractice insurance should I carry?
- What do you mean by “supererogatory” behavior?
- What are some examples of supererogatory policies: about confidentiality?about dual relationships?about boundaries?
- When am I ethically and legally free to shred my closed client files?
- Is it ethical to barter with clients for my services?