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Ethics... Exoploring Privacy and Confidentiality: Gray Areas
The obvious answer is C, always get the consent in writing.
A, indicating just to release the record, is not appropriate because the question indicated you had just gotten a verbal OK.
Ethics CEUs QUESTION 10
You are the therapist in a psychiatric program. After conducting an intake interview with Mary, you decide to admit her to the program and to serve as her primary therapist. The client begins participating in the program's various group activities. You need to speak with the other staff who will be leading the groups to inform them of the findings of your intake assessment. Before doing so, which of the following do you think you should do?
a. you must obtain Mary's written consent to release information to the other staff members
b. you need to obtain written confirmation from the other staff that they will treat the information in confidence
c. you should let Mary know that information will be shared between staff members but you do not need to obtain her consent before doing so
d. you should encourage Mary to provide the various staff members with information from your intake assessment
To select and enter your answer go to Ethics CEU Answer Booklet.
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