Do Tarasoff Principles Apply in AIDS-Related Psychotherapy? Ethical Decision Making and the Role of Therapist Homophobia and Perceived Client Dangerousness
Professional Psychology: Research and Practice. 1995 Dec; 26(6): 608-611.
Aids; Attitudes; Confidentiality; Dangerousness; Decision Making; Duty to Warn; Discrimination; Ethics; Government; Health; Health Personnel; Hemophilia; HIV Seropositivity; Homosexuals; Knowledge; Legal Aspects; Patient Care; Professional Ethics; Professional Patient Relationship; Psychology; Psychotherapy; Sexuality; Social Discrimination; State Government; Stigmatization; Survey;
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