Clinical social worker misconduct: law, ethics, and interpersonal dynamics
This text discusses the law and ethics of clinical social worker misconduct from an interdisciplinary perspective. The Reverend Doctor Bullis examines recent statutes and legal cases that impose civil or criminal liability on social workers for sexual misconduct and harassment. The text carefully examines the trend of states to impose liability on social workers who violate professional boundaries and offers an 'ethical ecology' model to understand the nature and harm of dual relations.
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Brief Examples of Law and Sexual Misconduct
The Adjudication of Criminal Statutes
State Statutes Authorizing a Legal Action for Client Sexual
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