Suncoast Mental Health Counselors Association

Confidentiality & Duty to Warn: Ethical and Legal Implications

  • Friday, October 20, 2017
  • 1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
  • Concorde College, 4202 W. Spruce St., Tampa, FL 33607 Section 201, Room 203

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Confidentiality & Duty to Warn: Ethical and Legal Implications

Speaker: Randy Otto, Ph.D., ABPP

USF, Department of Mental Health Law & Policy

Associate Professor

USF, Department of Mental Health Law & Policy

3.0 CEUs in Professional Ethics and Boundary Issues

For the clinician, having a working knowledge of basic forensic would help in navigating the system of law in a way that is both helpful and contributes to the best interest of the client. Participants will learn:

1. The differences between privacy, privilege, and confidentiality

2. The Florida statutes on privilege and confidentiality

3. The duty to warn as applicable in Florida

4. The ethical balance between confidentiality and duty to warn

$10 Member - advance purchase / $15 At the Door

$25 Nonmember - advance purchase / $30 At the Door

$0 Students - $5 At the Door 

(members will need to be logged in to be able to register at the member rate)

Trainings will be at Concorde College, 4202 W. Spruce St., Tampa, FL 33607 Section 201, Room 203


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P.O. Box 110002 
Bradenton, FL 34211

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