dual relationships

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What does “continue in supervision” Entail?

Entail – verb – inˈtāl, enˈtāl/

  1. involve (something) as a necessary or inevitable part or consequence.
    “a situation that entails considerable risks”

Rule 64B4-3.008(1) requires that a Registered Interns “…continue in supervision …until until he or she […]

Recent actions by the Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy, and Mental Health Counseling:

As hard as it might be to believe it really isn’t okay to borrow money from a client.  For me that is an obvious breech of our fiduciary relationship with our clients.  I think we all know that committing fraud or conspiring to commit fraud through insurance, Medicare and Medicaid billing isn’t okay either.  Again, […]

Should you work with family members of people you know?

A couple that you know from a mutual organization asks you to provide treatment to their child.  You offer referrals to other providers but they really press you to work with their child.  What are your ethical obligations? (paraphrased from NASW – Florida Chapter Newsletter (May/June 2010)

It may be ill-advised to work with […]

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What is a Dual Relationship?

. . .I gathered their questions, responses from a variety of knowledgeable people, and concerns into one file I realized that all of us would benefit from revisiting the concept “dual relationship”.