Setting Boundaries when working with clients
Review Standard 3: Human Relations in the APA’s Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct. See Asay and Lal (2014) “Who’s Googled Whom? Trainees’ Internet and Online Social Networking Experiences, Behaviors, and Attitudes with Clients and Supervisors,” Harris and Robinson Kurpius (2014) “Social Networking and Professional Ethics: Client Searches, Informed Consent, and Disclosure,” and Taylor, McMinn, Bufford, and Chang (2010) “Psychologists’ Attitudes and Ethical Concerns Regarding the Use of Social Networking Web Sites” articles attached.(1)Examine ethical issues encountered by clinical and counseling psychologists in the digital age(2)Begin by reviewing the case of Dr. Washington attached and assume the role of a colleague to the doctor named and analyze the ethical issues encountered in the case(3)Given the situation described in the case study, recommend how your colleague should proceed(4)Provide support for your response by citing the required articles attached for this discussion(5)Consider the current and potential actions of your colleague and explain whether or not he or she is currently, or potentially will be, in violation of the APA’s Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct. Provide support for your explanation by citing Standard 3: Human Relations in the APA’s Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct(6)Explain how your colleague might avoid this type of ethical dilemma in the future(7)Describe what policy or policies you might put in place if you were your colleague?