Ethics Index of Articles

 The Supervisors Role Legal and Ethical Considerations (11/14/2017) 
   Clinical supervisors play an important role in the training of every therapist. This article emphasizes the need for supervisors to be familiar with the laws, regulations, and ethical standards which govern the conduct of supervisors and supervisees.
 Know your LEBs (11/14/2017) 
   This article contains examples of some of the most frequently encountered legal and ethical issues that arise for MFT trainees, interns, and licensees.
 Working With Clients Who Are Involved With The Legal System (7/1/2015) 
   This article examines a number of legal and ethical issues, problems, and concerns that therapists often encounter when working with clients who are involved with the courts.
 Avoid Legal and Ethical Problems (3/2/2015) 
   Avoid Legal and Ethical Problems
 Its What You Dont Say (3/2/2015) 
   By Michael Griffin, JD, LCSW, Staff Attorney; Learn how the therapist's opinion, regardless of whether it is documented in a report, expressed on the witness stand, or written in a letter, can have a powerful impact on the person's life.
 Law and Ethics of the Therapy Practice (11/3/2014) 
   Responses to Vignette Article Law and Ehtics of the Therapy Practice: Two Vignettes to Consider
 Dual Relationships Your Legal and Ethical Guide (8/29/2012) 
   Are dual relationships legally prohibited? Are they ethically prohibited? How is a dual relationship defined? Is every dual relationship a cause for concern? Do dual relationships apply solely to patients, or to students and supervisees as well? What
 Treating Couples Identifying and Managing Legal & Ethical Issues (7/1/2012) 
   We invite you to provide CAMFT with your written analysis of the legal and ethical issues that arise based on the actions taken by the therapists in four clinical vignettes.
 The Role of the CAMFT Ethics Committee (4/1/2012) 
   The Role of the CAMFT Ethics Committee by Michael Griffin, JD, LCSW, Staff Attorney
 On Ethics Avoiding Problems with Fees, Payment Agreements, and Health Insurance (4/1/2012) 
   On Ethics: Avoiding Problems with Fees, Payment Agreements and Health Insurance by Michael Griffin, JD, LCSW, Staff Attorney
 Parting Ways Anticipating and Avoiding Problems Which Commonly Occur During Termination (11/1/2011) 
   Parting Ways: Anticipating and Avoiding Problems Which Commonly Occur During Termination
 Proposed Revisions to CAMFT Ethical Standards Part II (11/1/2010) 
   A significant number of changes to Part II of the CAMFT Code of Ethics have been proposed by the CAMFT Ethics Committee, Executive Director, and legal staff. CAMFT members are urged to offer feedback by January 8, 2011.
 A Call for Comment Proposed Revisions to CAMFT Ethical Standards Part II (11/1/2010) 
   A Call for Comment: Members of CAMFT are Invited to Comment on the Proposed Revisions to Part II of the CAMFT Code of Ethics. A significant number of changes to Part II of the CAMFT Code of Ethics have been proposed by the CAMFT Ethics Committee, Exe
 An Overview of the Revised CAMFT Ethical Standards (9/1/2008) 
   As of July 1, 2008, the revised CAMFT Ethical Standards, Part L became effective. The product of many hours of hard work over the past two years by the CAMFT Ethics Committee, Executive Director and CAMFT legal staff and consultants, the Ethical Stan
 A Call for Comment Proposed Revisions to CAMFT Ethical Standards Part 1 (11/1/2007) 
   Members of CAMFT are invited to comment on the proposed revisions to Part I of the CAMFT Code of Ethics
 On Ethics Consent for Minor in Custody Situation - Vignette Response (7/1/2003) 
   
 On Ethics Consent for Minor in Custody - Vignette (3/1/2003) 
   Vignette on Consent for Minor in Custody Situation