Clear, well run. Liked that
there was so much participation from group members and I
felt that I learnt a lot from this.
Informative, very clear and run at a good pace.
Extremely useful. Would be able to use the course for
policy setting etc.
helpful. Useful in involve experience of participants -
their experience added to quality of day.
Excellent, very clear. There was time allowed for
individual questions which was very helpful. Excellent
and very relevant. Clarified position with regard to
Well balanced, well covered broad overview.
Very good - useful - clarified stuff. Filled the morning
session, made me aware of law difference to ethics.
CONFIDENTIALITY & THE LAW
Counselling, Confidentiality & The Law
Friday 19th June 2009. 10am - 1pm
- including refreshments
This is a popular
and highly participative workshop, designed to clarify the key
aspects of confidentiality that affect, for example, the
counsellor’s duty to warn others, disclosure of records and
enforced access to notes by third parties such as solicitors,
police and the courts. The workshop is
based on brief scenarios, discussion and brief outlines of the
law in non-technical language, with maximum opportunities for
dialogue and follow-up questions.
is a Senior Lecturer in Counselling at Salford University, and
a member of the Professional Conduct Committee of the British
Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy. He has
extensive experience of training counselling practitioners and
organisations on legal aspects of therapy such as
confidentiality, and has published widely on this topic. His most recent
publication on this topic is Psychotherapy and the Law:
Questions and Answers for Counsellors and Therapists
(co-author, with Vincent Keter and Julie Stone, Whurr, 2004).
Certificate of Attendance will be given.
This course counts towards Continuing Professional Development
‘Exceptional Standards of Training in Modern Comfortable Surroundings’
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