For me it does not matter that the employee still works there; even if they worked elsewhere it would still not be appropriate. There seem to be two important aspects to consider.Parents, guardians, the state, the ministry entrusted this child to the staffer and program's care. First, what is the maturity of the two individuals (e.g.
That is, it is largely regulated by lawyers and judges themselves rather than by the government or outside agencies.
In particular, the American Bar Association (ABA), the largest professional association for attorneys, governs the Practice of Law through its establishment of rules of conduct.
The truth is, romance within a therapeutic relationship is as far from normal, acceptable, healthy, and sane as you can possibly get.
The writers of currently have the character Robin dating her previous therapist.
) that it was not she who looked up my profile (and that she has never and would never look at it), but rather was likely to be a friend that she had loaned her account to, for the purpose of viewing/contacting other profile holders.
I can hardly believe this explanation and can’t imagine it isn’t an ethical issue in itself to casually loan one’s dating profile account to friends, when you know your patients use this dating website and might in fact be contacted by your friends.For the youth to continue to grow, create and maintain healthy relationships, any romantic relationships should be outside of the facility.If the youth and worker wish to remain connected, there should be no issue with that.Additionally, would it be ethical for a psychologist to view a patient’s dating profile (considering the context and possible implications)? I became aware of it because a particular dating site I use allows me to see who has viewed my profile.In other words, I see my therapist’s profile, in my listing of who has viewed my profile recently.Disciplinary action by a state bar association or other authority may include private reprimands; public censure; suspension of the ability to practice law; and, most severe of all, disbarment—permanent denial of the ability to practice law in that jurisdiction.