Associate Clinical Social Workers in California now need to take the state’s Clinical Social Work Law & Ethics Exam in their first year of associate registration. This study guide is designed to prepare you for the California CSW Law & Ethics Exam.
It is a quick and efficient study guide, focused squarely on the information you need to know for the test. It addresses each and every one of the “knowledge statements” the BBS uses when developing the exam itself. It also includes a full-length practice exam (75 questions) with complete rationales.
By using this book, you can go into your exam confident and well-prepared.
About the test
Before the test: Preparation strategies
During the test: Test-taking skills
After the test: Celebrating and planning next steps
Parameters of practice
Scope of practice
Best interests of the client
Consultation and collaboration
Diversity and nondiscrimination
Documentation and disclosures
Informed consent and disclosures
Confidentiality and privilege
Exceptions to confidentiality
Exceptions to privilege
Scope of competence
Working with multiple clients
Termination and referrals
The business of therapy
Setting and collecting fees
Payment for referrals
Ethics in supervision
Legal and other professional roles
Unprofessional conduct laws
Unethical or incompetent colleagues
Answers and rationales
BBS Exam Plan: Task and knowledge statements
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Full reference info
Caldwell, B. E. (2017). Preparing for the California Clinical Social Work Law & Ethics Exam. Los Angeles, CA: Author. ISBN: 978-0998928500.