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Mary Alice Fisher, Ph. D., is Founding Director of The Center for Ethical Practice, Inc., Adjunct Assistant Professor in the University of Virginia Curry Programs in Clinical and School Psychology, and a clinical psychologist in private practice in Charlottesville, VA. For over 25 years Dr. Fisher has provided workshops, seminars, and consultation for mental health professionals on topics related to ethical issues in clinical practice.
Table of Contents
PART I. The ABC's of "Conditional Confidentiality": An Ethical, Legal, and Ethical/Legal Review
Chapter 1. Ethical Responsibilities about Confidentiality
Chapter 2. Law Affecting Confidentiality
Chapter 3. Placing Laws into Ethical Context
PART II. Protecting Patients' Confidentiality Rights with an Ethics-Based Practice Model
Introduction to Part II: "The Ethics of Conditional Confidentiality"
Chapter 4. Step 1 - Preparing
Chapter 5. Step 2 - Telling Prospective Patients the Truth about Confidentiality's Limits
Chapter 6. Step 3 - Obtaining Truly Informed Consent before Disclosing Confidential Information Voluntarily
Chapter 7. Step 4 - Responding Ethically to Legal Demands for "Involuntary" Disclosure of Patient Information
Chapter 8. Step 5 - Avoiding Preventable Breaches of Confidentiality
Chapter 9. Step 6 - Talking about Confidentiality
Part III. Practical Considerations
Chapter 10. Clinical Record Keeping
Chapter 11. Confidentiality with Specific Patient Populations
Chapter 12. Confidentiality in Specific Roles and Settings
Chapter 13. Ethics-Based Staff Training about Confidentiality
I. Selected Ethical Standards Relevant to Confidentiality Listed Numerically
II - Ethical Standards (using categories from Knapp and VandeCreek (2006))
III - Laws Affecting Confidentiality - Summary and Examples
IV - HIPAA Regulations - Summary
V - Ethical Practice Model (with legal annotations)
VI - Ethical Responsibilities in Forensic Contexts: Which Hat Are You Wearing?
VII - Ethical and Professional Resources
VIII - Ethics-Based Staff Training About Confidentiality - Sample Outline