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Tenets of Confidentiality within Case Management

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March 17, 2012








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This paper will examine the tenets of confidentiality as they apply to case managers. It will discuss when it is legal and appropriate to share information with third parties as well as when sharing this information is illegal. Tenets of Confidentiality Confidentiality is primarily an ethical concept that refers to the counselor's obligation to respect the client's privacy and to our promise to clients that the information they reveal during counseling will be protected from disclosure without their consent (Herlihy & Remley, 2005)...
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This practice is very important for the relationship between client and case manager. Clients have to feel trusting of their case manager in order to be confident enough to share personal information. This is the foundation that the relationship is built upon. To build this foundation case managers must very clearly explain the laws and limitations to their clients...
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