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In this article, Bradley J. Muldrow, JD provides an overview of key legal and ethical issues therapists should consider when writing referral letters for patients seeking gender affirming medical and surgical treatments. He also discusses information therapists may wish to consider including in those letters.
Bradley J. Muldrow, JD discusses how AB 1145 changed the mandated reporting requirements for situations in which minors are engaged in certain forms of consensual sexual activity. The article also highlights key mandated reporting rules that were not impacted by this new law.
In this article, Bradley J. Muldrow, JD provides an overview of the 2010 minor’s consent law, Health and Safety Code Section 124260. The article also discusses key steps therapists must follow to offer minor’s consent-based treatment pursuant to this law.
In this article, Bradley J. Muldrow, JD, discusses key legal, ethical, and clinical issues therapists should consider prior to soliciting testimonials and reviews from their patients.
In this article, Bradley J. Muldrow, JD discusses important distinctions between emotional support animals and service animals as well as key legal, ethical, and clinical issues therapists should consider prior to providing letters, forms, or other types of documentation in support of patients' need for such animals.
In this article, Bradley J. Muldrow, JD discusses the most common legal and ethical issues therapists encounter when serving as providers for online therapy platforms. The article also provides guidance for effectively addressing these issues.”
CAMFT Staff Attorney Bradley J. Muldrow, JD, provides an overview of a new regulation that limits the BBS’s ability to deny associate applications based on criminal convictions and formal disciplinary actions from other licensing boards.
In this article, Bradley J. Muldrow, JD discusses eight important reasons therapists should consider joining consultation groups.
"In this article, Bradley J. Muldrow, JD discusses a recent court ruling requiring many businesses to make their websites ADA-compliant and how that ruling applies to therapists."
In this article, Bradley J. Muldrow, JD provides an overview of an employers’ duty to reasonably accommodate employees and job applicants with disabilities, under California’s Fair Employment and Housing Act. The article also includes helpful resources to assist employers in complying with this duty.