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- Introduction to Part II: The Ethics of Conditional Confidentiality
- 4 Step 1: Preparing
- 5 Step 2: Telling Patients the Truth About Confidentiality’s Limits
- 6 Step 3: Obtaining Truly Informed Consent Before Disclosing Confidential Information Voluntarily
- 7 Step 4: Responding Ethically to Legal Demands for “Involuntary” Disclosure of Patient Information
- 8 Step 5: Avoiding Preventable Breaches of Confidentiality
- 9 Step 6: Talking More About Confidentiality: Educating Each Other and the Public
- Appendix I Selected Ethical Standards Relevant to Confidentiality Listed Numerically
- Appendix II Selected Ethical Standards Relevant to Confidentiality Arranged in Categories: Suggested by
. Practical ethics for psychologists: A positive approach.
- Appendix III Examples of Laws Affecting Confidentiality
- Appendix IV Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
- Appendix V Using the Ethical Practice Model to Place Laws Into Ethical Context
- Appendix VI Ethical Obligations of Mental Health Professionals in Legal Contexts: Which Hat Are You Wearing?
- Appendix VII Selected Ethical and Professional Resources Related to Confidentiality Ethics
- Appendix VIII Ethics-Based Staff Training: Sample Table of Contents
- Author Index
- Subject Index