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Ethics in Play Therapy Supervision



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Standard: $50.00

Description

*Supervision Training

Learning Objectives:

  • 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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Ethics in Play Therapy Supervision Exam

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Sue Ammen
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

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