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If a counselor were to purposefully make false oral

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If a counselor were to purposefully make false oral statements thatdamaged the reputation of anothermental health professional, the counselor could be sued for5.contact the client who filed the complaint to see if you can work things out1.Parents who object to their child's participation in counseling2.If a counselor wants a person other than a biological parent (such as astep-parent or grandparent) to have confidential information regarding a childclient, a simple solution is to3.When a client accuses a counselor of wrong doing through acomplaint with the counselor's licensureboard or through a malpractice law suit filed in court4.If a formal ethics complaint is filed against you, you should NOT6.the client1.When a counselor determines that a client may be at risk for harmingself or others, the counseloralways must
2.Proper maintenance of test security by counselors includes all of thefollowing EXCEPT

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supervisor, Mental health professional, counselor competence

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