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Most professionals believe that such things as becoming sexually involved with a client or violating a client's confidentiality are the primary issues which present a potential for ethics violations. Course 3C focuses upon the details of how to perform and DOCUMENT a professionally competent Biopsychosocial Assessment of Children and Adolescents (whether routine or emergency) without the LEGAL, ETHICAL, AND PROFESSIONAL vulnerability which can come back to haunt us long after the fact.
The course is clear about the impact of understanding and accepting LGBTQ identity and sexual orientation upon achievement of treatment goals.
Furthermore, it’s a common assumption that if an assessment (any assessment), treatment plan (any treatment plan), and any reasonable diagnosis are “in the chart” that all is well. In fact, structured, detailed assessments are essential to protect ourselves legally and professionally -- from an ETHICS perspective, a PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE perspective, and a PROFESSIONAL LIABILITY perspective.
Local Program Managers may even audit their charts internally from that perspective. And therefore in this course, we emphasize the need to avoid on-the-fly notations put to a 'yellow legal pad' when assessing and diagnosing children and adolescents, in favor of using a more formal, detailed, STRUCTURED BIOPSYCHOSOCIAL ASSESSMENT format. The course clarifies the connection between (1) how effectively we perform the task of Assessment and Diagnosis of Children and Adolescents, and (2) the Ethical Standards of Practice – including both demonstration of Professional Competence within Scope of Practice, and responsibility to act in the best interest of the client.
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For more information on this course - and to see a COPY of the online quiz - click the ' ' symbols, below: Course 3C - Beyond the Yellow Legal Pad!Further, few realize that the most vulnerable activities which can lead to such allegations are ASSESSMENT, DIAGNOSIS, and TREATMENT PLANNING. Many providers believe that in order to protect a client's confidentiality, the less said the better, when documenting his or her issues, history, diagnosis, and response to treatment.Together, these clinical activities are the Achilles Heel for behavioral health providers. However, this is a misinterpretation of what is meant by 'client confidentiality'.Most importantly, it may put young people at risk of serious harm." This publication is abundantly clear that "scientists now recognize that a wide spectrum of gender identities and gender expressions exist (and have always existed), including people who identify as either man or woman, neither man nor woman, a blend of man and woman, or a unique gender identity (Harrison, Grant, & Herman, 2012; Kuper, Nussbaum, & Mustanski, 2012)" Further, "Same-gender sexual identity, behavior, and attraction are not mental disorders.