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In these physically-distant times, therapists and patients alike are seeking alternative ways of connecting with patients beyond telehealth. In this article, CAMFT Staff Attorney Kristin W. Roscoe, J.D. guides MFTs through the legal and ethical issues that arise when conducting walk and talk therapy.
What to Expect When Called to Testify At Deposition
Offering important information for therapists summoned to provide deposition testimony, CAMFT Staff Attorney Kristin W. Roscoe, J.D., explains what to expect from the legal system and gives therapists the tools necessary to provide deposition testimony with confidence.
There are many considerations a therapist should keep in mind when introducing social media into their practice. Kristin W. Roscoe, JD, highlights issues of informed consent and record keeping pertaining to social media usage.