Massage: Ethics in Massage Therapy

15.00
Online
Mandatory
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Learning objectives

  • Define the concept of power dynamics.
  • Distinguish between transference and countertransference.
  • Describe the nature of the fiduciary role.
  • List four ways a practitioner might work outside his or her scope of practice.
  • Explain the risks of dual or multiple role relationships between practitioner and client.
  • Explain the relationship between patient autonomy and agreements, including the client’s bill of rights, informed consent, and right to refuse treatment.
  • List four strategies that reinforce appropriate boundaries.
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Ethics in Massage Therapy

15.00

Learning objectives

  • Define the concept of power dynamics.
  • Distinguish between transference and countertransference.
  • Describe the nature of the fiduciary role.
  • List four ways a practitioner might work outside his or her scope of practice.
  • Explain the risks of dual or multiple role relationships between practitioner and client.
  • Explain the relationship between patient autonomy and agreements, including the client’s bill of rights, informed consent, and right to refuse treatment.
  • List four strategies that reinforce appropriate boundaries.