- What are some ethical issues associated with record-keeping and use of social media with military or veteran clients or populations?
- What are some ways to address the issue of clients who want to be friends through social media?
- What are some important considerations for supervision when using technology instead of meeting face-to-face?
- Describe some important considerations for supervision in military settings.
- What might you do as a supervisor to help ensure that record-keeping and use of social media are attended to in an appropriate manner by the supervisee?
- Provide four questions that a supervisor should ask his or her marriage and family therapy supervisees to ensure that record-keeping and use of social media are managed with integrity.
Length: 5-7 pages
References: Include a minimum of 5 scholarly resources.
Resources that have to be used in the paper
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Pennington, M., Patton, R., Ray, A., & Katafiasz, H. (2017). A brief report on the ethical and legal guides for technology use in marriage and family therapy. Journal of Marital & Family Therapy, 43(4), 733-742.
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