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Can You Keep a Secret? Breaking Client Confidentiality
Speaker:   Reaven, [Dr] Noah; Fleisher, [Rabbi] Mordechai
Series: Can You Keep a Secret? : Breaking Client Confidentiality
Lecture Details:  Patient confidentiality is of supreme importance in the medical field, but it often creates serious ethical questions. Nowhere is this more relevant than in the field of mental illness, where the question of opening one’s mouth or keeping it shut can be a veritable minefield. What does the Torah instruct regarding this issue? At what point is a patient considered dangerous enough to others to warrant a doctor or therapist saying something? What about a case where danger may not be an issue, but the quality of life of the patient or others is seriously jeopardized? And how much information can be shared when the need arises? Join Dr. Noah Reaven, PhD, clinical psychologist, and Rabbi Mordechai Fleisher, Senior Educator for the Denver Community Kollel, as they reveal the facts and fables of this perplexing issue.
Library: Denver Community Kollel  View All Lectures
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Age: All Ages
Gender: both
Length: 1 hour 
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