Legal Issues and Religious Counseling
Westminster John Knox Press, 1 janv. 1993 - 127 pages
This much-needed work examines the three most litigated areas in clergy counseling: breaches of confidentiality, sexual misconduct, and the content and quality of counseling service. The authors provide clear and concise explanations of clauses in the U.S. Constitution pertaining to religion as well as up-to-date accounts of cases against clergy and their employers.
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Table des matières
Clergy Negligence Clergy Malpractice
State Regulation of Religious Counselors
Privileged Communication for Religious Counselors
Laws Limiting the Clergy Privilege
A Legal Audit for Religious Counselors
Expressions et termes fréquents
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