This webinar is designed to guide the play therapy supervisor through several of the most complex play therapy supervision ethical issues. Using case study and illustrations, this presentation will cover the primary issues of informed consent for supervision and play therapy, confidentiality, supervisor and therapist competence, and dual relationships with supervisees and clients.
Explain primary ethical issues for practitioners and supervisors, as it relates to competence, confidentiality, informed consent, and dual relationships in play therapy.
Demonstrate an understanding of ethical issues by applying it to play therapy case studies.
Discuss differences around consultation and supervisory relationships in play therapy.
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7/22/19 8:05 pm
Note on test: "Vicariously responsible for all of the supervisee's clients' actions." - this statement appears to imply that the supervisor is responsible for every action of the client - which could be anything in or out of session. I don't think that is the intent of this question. I think it is that the supervisor is vicariously responsible for all of the supervisee's actions with the clients. Otherwise, great training and exam