- understand and explore the issues that can arise when your personal and professional lives intersect
- consider how you can manage dual or multiple relationships and the ethical dilemmas that you may face as a result of living and working in the same communities
- develop awareness about how you can manage your social media profiles and online activity responsibly to protect privacy and professionalism
- identify the specific professional boundaries that will support safe and ethical practice in the communities within which you live and work
Candidates who submit and pass a short set of tutor-marked questions will achieve a Certificate of Study worth 15 hours of CPD credit from Pink Therapy.
About the Author:
Dominic Davies is a Fellow of BACP and a Senior Registered Counsellor/Psychotherapist with BACP and an accredited psychotherapist with the National Council for Psychotherapy. He is also a member of the Consortium for Academic Research in Alternative Sexualities (CARAS) and the World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH) and the World Association for Sexual Health. He has over thirty years clinical experience of working with a wide variety of gender and sexual diversity clients. He pioneered HIV care and service provision in the late 1980s; his current clinical interests lie in Diversities in Sexual Expression and Lifestyle, Gender Therapy and Chemsex initiatives with gay men.
A great foundation to create a practice that both serves our community in the best way possible as well as protects the therapists from isolating themselves from the community they serve.Maria Kindstedt