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  • Writer's pictureSpencer Letizia

What Happens in Therapy, Stays in Therapy. Unless... Exploring the Ethics of Confidentiality

What do I do when a client tells me they’ve contemplated committing suicide?

Who do I contact when I’m worried a client is going to hurt someone? Will I get in

trouble if I talk about my clients outside of work? This course brings real-world

context to ethical concerns related to confidentiality, often experienced by

professionals in practice. We’ll explore the goals and limits of confidentiality

through an analysis of ethical and legal complications. This course will provide a

framework to contemplate ethical dilemmas and make informed decisions that

insulate professionals from legal liability while protecting clients from harm.

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