Ethics of Supervision
As the profession of social work changes and adapts to the world we live in, so does the practice of clinical supervision. Multicultural clientele, legal updates, multidisciplinary teams, and the increased use of technology are just some of the issues that create ethical questions for clinical supervisors.
Ethics of Supervision Objectives:
1. Demonstrate knowledge of the important ethical issues related to clinical supervision.
2. Describe areas of potential liability in clinical supervision.
3. Identify strategies for incorporating ethical responsibilities into practice.
4. Differentiate group supervision from other forms of meetings and consultations.
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