Tag Archives: Avoiding Liability For Mental Health Professionals

Dangerous Patients – Duty to Warn / Duty to Protect

I have written extensively on this topic in this Avoiding Liability Bulletin and elsewhere. Over [...]

Ethics – Enforcement

What is the difference between an ethics violation and a violation of a state law or regulation [...]

Celebrating Our Social Work Clients: Thanks for All You Do!

It’s National Social Worker’s Month, and we at CPH would like to recognize the amazing [...]

Recognizing The Winter Blues

Depression can easily distort the way you see yourself, your life and even the people who are [...]

Counseling Awareness Month: Group vs. Individual Therapy

April is the time to celebrate all counselors. The American Counseling Association (ACA), with [...]

Protecting your Career as an Art Therapist

The impact that art therapy is having in the mental health field is tremendous. Art therapists [...]

Have You “Tech’d” Your Professional Liability Insurance Policy Lately?

Professional liability insurance for medical tech’s isn’t just an option; it’s a key component to [...]

Celebrate Strategic Thinking Month by Doing This

To celebrate thinking strategically, spend some of your time this month envisioning your future. [...]

Music for the Soul

Whenever music therapy is used in a medical setting, there is an increased risk of a medical [...]

Opening a Private Mental Health Practice

Your top need as a mental health private practice owner is the need for malpractice insurance. It [...]

Legal Model for Reintegration Therapy

In domestic relations and custody cases, courts may order that a therapist assist in reuniting a [...]

Sanity Saving Coverage

As a professional in either the Mental Health or Allied Health industry, one must ask themselves [...]