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Teacher-Student Ethical Boundary Dilemma
Anxiety: Behavioral and Cognitive Strategies for Treating Anxiety - 10 CEUs

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1. What is a crucial aspect of trauma-informed work?
2. Scenario 1 Electronic Communications with Students, what responses/actions will result in a more positive outcome, and what proactive measures might be considered?
3. What is the Professional Teacher's responsibility to the Student?
4. Scenario 1 Teacher Public Behavior, what are some potentially negative consequences for the teacher, students, and the school community?
5. Scenario 1 Emotional Bullying, how could this situation become a violation of the law, the "Code," or other schools/district policies?
6. Under NASW 1.07 Privacy and confidentiality, when social workers provide counseling services to families, couples, or groups, what should social workers seek?
7. Under APA Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct, when psychologists believe that another psychologist may have been an ethical violation, how do they attempt to resolve the issue?
8. Under, NBCC Code of Ethics, what appropriate action should NCCs take to prevent harm?
A. Providing a caring, safe environment that supports all students, regardless of our knowledge about each student's history. As teachers seek to increase their awareness and sensitivity to trauma in the lives of their students, we should be clear about what our role is and is not.
B. Generate alternative ways for Mr. J to demonstrate support and acceptance toward his students while respecting their personal space and avoiding physical contact.
C. The teacher's behavior at the barbeque could be embellished and exaggerated through photos, videos, text messages, etc., creating a negative image of the teacher in the wider community. The teacher's reputation may be permanently scarred.
D. Nurture in students lifelong respect and compassion for themselves and other human beings regardless of race, ethnic origin, gender, social class, disability, religion, or sexual orientation.
E. Agreement among the parties involved concerning each individual’s right to confidentiality and obligation to preserve the confidentiality of information shared by others. Social workers should inform participants in family, couples, or group counseling that social workers cannot guarantee that all participants will honor such agreements.
F. The "Code" clearly describes the professional educator's obligation to students. Specifically, teachers must "recognize, respect and uphold the dignity and worth of students as individual human beings." Teachers are obligated to deal justly and considerately with all students.
G. NCCs shall create written procedures regarding handling client records in the event of their unexpected death or incapacitation.
H. Bringing it to the attention of that individual if an informal resolution appears appropriate and the intervention does not violate any confidentiality rights that may be involved.


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