Question: 253 A client discloses information to a social worker about domestic violence within the home. Several times it has involved the injury of their child. At a court proceeding, this is shared as circumstantial evidence. The client is angry with the social service agency and declares her confidentiality was violated. The administrator looks at the case and determines:
Question: 254 A social worker is taking part in an interdisciplinary team meeting. During the course of determining the well-being of a client, ethical concerns become an issue. One of the team members openly displays a problem with the client’s ethnic background, and this leads to negativity towards decisions being made. What should the social worker do?