Monthly Archives: October 2017
Telehealth / Teletherapy Practice in California: Resource Links Provided by CAMFT
There's a cultural shift in the way mental health professionals are practicing now. As opposed to the traditional office setting, [...]
Was the Nurse’s Conduct in Ordering Seclusion and Restraint Professionally Negligent?
In the September 6th, 2017 Bulletin, I wrote about a case where a nurse and several psychiatric aides were found liable for their [...]
What is Unprofessional Conduct in Nursing?
Nurse practice acts list unprofessional conduct as one of the bases a board of nursing can take disciplinary action against a nurse. [...]
General Topics / Considerations for Mental Health Professionals to Prevent Exposure to Licensing Board Complaints
Below is a second outline to the previous article, "An Outline of Commonly Encountered Litigation Issues for Mental Health [...]
Treatment of Children – Joint Legal Custody
In the September 2017 issue of this Avoiding Liability Bulletin, I raised a number of questions concerning situations involving the [...]
Preparing Personal Trainers for Client Service – Education, Certification and/or Practical Training?
The fitness industry has been focused on the qualifications of fitness professionals, particularly personal fitness trainers, for many [...]