NP0009 Handling Today's Hidden Ethical Dilemmas

This blog focuses on discussion regarding the course NP0009 Handling Today's Hidden Ethical Dilemmas.

NP0009, Ethics, Session 5, Steven Frankel


During this session of “Handling Today’s Hidden Ethical Dilemmas,” you’ll have the opportunity to hear from Steven Frankel, who’s a certified clinical and forensic psychologist as well as an attorney at law. Frankel will discuss the best ways to deliberately avoid the most common ethical dilemmas in order to protect your clients and yourself.

After the session, please take a few minutes to engage in the Comment Board and share your reflections with the presenter and other participants. What was most striking to you about this presentation? Do you have any questions related to this material? We invite you to share your thoughts, questions, and ideas, as well as including your name and hometown with your comments. If you ever have any technical questions, please feel free to contact support@psychotherapynetworker.org. Thanks for your participation.

09.19.2011   Posted In: NP0009 Handling Today's Hidden Ethical Dilemmas   By Psychotherapy Networker
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  • 0 avatar David Chervick 09.22.2011 13:21
    Terrific stuff! Steve, I attended a day long law and ethics workshop presented by you 2007. You have grown, developed and deepened in your authority. Folks should be aware of your book, How to Handel a Board Complaint, Zeig Tucker publishing. What an important offering - bless you from all of us helping disturbed people who sometimes do disturbing things. And yes, loud and clear, consultation, consultation, consultation. Thanks for keeping us safe.
  • 0 avatar Dale Blumen 09.22.2011 15:59
    Appreciated the information and examples; would have wished for more time for Steve to cover the material on the pps he had to skip due to time constraints. Could this webinar be expanded into 2 hours? Dale Blumen, Newport, RI
  • 0 avatar Patricia Hollister 09.25.2011 10:20
    Fast paced. Two helpful comments: one, be sure your malpractice insurance covers your licensing board, and two:monitor your amount of self-disclosure....by making sure you're not uncomfortable about how many pages said disclosure would fill, if written!
  • 0 avatar Barbara Sherman 09.25.2011 18:27
    Very engaging-not like typical risk management discussions. Your 25 years as a therapist prior to legal training made for a valuable and relevant presentation. Thanks Barb Sherman NM
  • 0 avatar Tina Denison 09.28.2011 17:07
    Sorry that this is so many days after this session. My malpractice insurance is held by my supervisor, who is also the person who runs the organization where I work. Therefore, I am unfamiliar with the way malpractice insurance works. What does it mean to make sure that our malpractice insurance covers our licensing board?
  • 0 avatar Pat Ahl 10.05.2011 16:49
    Incredibly interesting and valuable presentation! I could have easily listened to you for another hour. Your information is practical and thought provoking and your delivery style is very clear. Excellent presentation.
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