What is the duty to notify patients?
What are acts that are grounds for denial of a license or disciplinary action?
Only persons who hold an active license and meet the requirements may practice juvenile sexual offender therapy, unless that unlicensed person is employed by who?
What are conditions where privileged communications may be waived?
The Board will deny an application permanently when an applicant has been found to have committed which offenses?
What are effects of the psychologist-client relationship?
A. Attempting to obtain a license by bribery or fraudulent misrepresentation; fraudulent misrepresentation being an interpretation of fact; having been
disciplined by any regulatory body in any jurisdiction for sexual misconduct or for any action involving the trespass of sexual boundaries.
B. When the person licensed under this chapter is a party defendant to a civil, criminal, or disciplinary action arising from a complaint filed by the patient or client, in which case the waiver shall be limited to that action; when the patient or client agrees to the waiver, in writing, or when more than one person in a family is receiving therapy, when each family member agrees to the waiver, in writing; When there is a clear and immediate probability of physical harm to the patient or client, to other individuals, or to society and the person licensed under this chapter communicates the information only to the potential victim, appropriate family member, or law enforcement or other appropriate authorities.
C. Every licensed health care practitioner shall inform each patient, or an individual identified pursuant to s. 765.401(1), in person about adverse incidents that result in serious harm to the patient. Notification of outcomes of care that result in harm to the patient under this section does not
constitute an acknowledgement of admission of liability, nor can such notifications be introduced as evidence.
D.Clients are influenced consciously and subconsciously by the unequal distribution of power inherent in such relationships; Sexual intimacies with a former client are frequently harmful to the client, and that such intimacies undermine public confidence in the psychology profession and
thereby deter the public's use of needed services; The effects endure after psychological services cease to be rendered.
E. A program operated by or under contract with the Department of Juvenile Justice or the Department of Children and Families if the program employs a professional who is licensed under chapter 458, chapter 459, s. 490.0145, or s. 491.0144 who manages or supervises the treatment services.
F. Advertising, practicing, or attempting to practice under a name other than one's own; Failing to perform any statutory or legal obligation placed upon a person licensed under this chapter; Delegating professional responsibilities to a person whom the licensee knows or has reason to know is not qualified by training or experience to perform such responsibilities.