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shows how professionals should always secure confidential and private information at all times.When it came to resolve the ethical issues the psychologist the lack of adequate knowledgewhich would case the case to go a different way. The client murdered his whole family andfactually reasons needs to be explained as to why that action toke place.Statement of Culture and Social Orientations in the Case StudyWhen considering cultural and social orientations for this case one must think about Mr.Billy history and how was he raised. He could have been raised in a household where his fatherwas very violent to his mother and as he grown up, it effected his life. As a child, things you seeaffects one as they become adults. Not just abuse but the way he was raised could have been verydifferent, everybody is not raised the same and every parent has different parenting styles. Also,when it comes to having more than one child, one may get more attention then the other and theother child doesn’t feel wanted. An example could be going back to the film assignment and thefilm I choose to study was called Ordinary People. The film is an intent film about a family beingtorn apart by tension and death.There were two sons in this film, but one died on a boating trip.Conrad, which is the survive son, is also dealing with the relationship he now has with hismother because she blames him for the brother's death. The mother did favor the oldest brotherand after his death she really began to grow cold toward Conrad. They argue often and it got sobad that for Christmas she didn't want to take Christmas pictures with him. As Conrad gets olderthat neglect feeling from his mother could affect him when it comes to love or even when he has
kids. To go back to the case study Billy could have been neglected as a child and angry build upto make him make a terrible decision. Overall Dr. Cider could have definitely used the eight-stepmodel to weigh his advantages and disadvantages of having Billy as a client and the conclusionof the insanity plea.Statement of Dual Relationships or Multiple Relationship Issues in the StudyDual relationship occurs when a therapist has a second significantly different relationshipwith the client. A dual relationship is something that can be considered avoidable, unavoidable,or mandated. Some situations are avoidable, and some are not. A dual relationship and multiplerole relationship could be mistaken the same yet different for sure. A multiple relationship couldbe defined as when a therapist is in a professional role with a client while simultaneously inanother role with that individual (Koocher and Keith-Spiegel, 2016). According to, The APAEthics Code Standard 3.05 it states that psychologists should hold back from entering intomultiple relationships if the multiple relationship could reasonably be expected to impair thepsychologist's objectivity, competence, or even harm to the person with whom the professionalrelationship exists (Koocher and Keith-Spiegel, 2016). It could happen when you keep in contactwith an individual often that over time a closer relationship being to happens. For this case study

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