On Thursday, April 6, 2017, at approximately 2100 hours, a physical altercation occurred between two inmates on 4NW pod 200. Upon your arrival, you stood in the sallyport front of pod 200 while the inmates fought for 4 minutes and you failed to act. On Thursday, April 17, 2017, you are
Standards: Resolved the situation ethically by appropriately applying the Ethical Decision Making Method FM-1 FM 6-22 AR 600-100. Training and Evaluation Guide Performance Steps: 1. Clearly define the ethical problem. Im sure many people would consider not informing their chain of command of this situation given the circumstances(new to the unit and SFC Sharps reputation) and the fact that SFC Sharp is on his way out of the unit. However the ethical dilemma for me is, do I confront him, alert the chain of command or contact the Military Police to
I will start this letter off by explaining my past actions to fully understand where I came from, where I have gone, and what I have accomplished; since I left the university on an academic dismissal. First, my success has always and will always be dependent on me. The world is tough place and being able to be successful in this world is extremely difficult. When I first went to Colorado State University I had no direction, goals or ideas of what I wanted for myself. I was working a lot as a minor professional Ice hockey referee to pay for something that I was not truly ready to commit to. I learned from a young age no one will support you and success is only dependent on you. As I had no direction and no real understanding of myself to pursue
Physician Impairment: University Hospital University Hospital is a well known hospital with a level 1 trauma treatment center for the tri-county area of a northwestern state, the hospital enjoys the fact they are known for their promising reputation among healthcare professionals and the public they serve. Jan Adams is an OR supervisor that has been working there for ten years, as a professional she makes surgeons follow protocol as required and enjoys working with trauma patients. One Friday night, which is the busiest day of the week for the trauma department; the unit was notified that a helicopter was on its way with a 42 year old man who had been in a car accident. Shortly after the patient arrived to the trauma center, the resident and other medical staff noted that he was in very bad physical conditions, needed immediate surgery or otherwise he was going to die. The issue was that the on call surgeon had to be present during the surgery and had not yet arrived, but regardless of the matter and protocol they proceeded with medically treating the patient immediately. The concern is that in doing so they violated medical procedures and put the patients safety at risk, this lead to a long list of ethical issues for example, patient well-being, impaired healthcare professional, adherence to professional codes of ethical conduct, adherence to the organization’s mission statement, ethical standards, and values statements, management’s role and responsibility, failure
In addition maybe setting up a video camera that is detectable to have proof of Leo’s action and how it is not only affecting the clients but the psychology department as well. It would not be wise to contact Leo's supervisor because they might have a bias opinion of him and only give you glowing reviews instead of digging deeper than what is going on. If I were Dr.Vaji I would wait until I have proof before I talk to both Leo and the supervisor handling him.
Mr. Goins is a 52 year old male who presented to the ED via LEO following a 4 day binge on alcohol and requesting help with his dependence. Mr. Goins reports he moved to Asheboro recently and found work, however recently lost his job. He reported a history of alcohol
To whom it may concern, My name is Alexandra Clark, I am the wife of Morgan Clark. This letter is to explain the reasons behind his felonies. His first felony happened when he was seventeen. He was homeless and cold, he saw what he thought was an abandoned house. He was there a day before the owner came to check on the property and found him. He immeadantly left but unfortunatly the property owner pressed charges.
Regarding step 4, while there are no laws which pertain to this particular case as it does not involve a sexual relationship, but there are regulations and professional standards one must adhere to. Step 4 and step 5 are closely related and are the crux of this ethical dilemma. Ethics codes of all major mental health associations mandate that therapists/supervisors
This is in response to your Inmate Letter dated 6/13/2017, regarding Disciplinary case 16-L29-1382. In your letter you claim that you submitted a Step II appeal on 01/15/2017, which was never received at Central Office. You were then allowed to resubmit your Step II Appeal and your time frames were reset. You state that to reset the timeframe is not in policy.
Today there were only two staff members that were working on the unit FBC Unit. Today I had the opportunity to observe a counselor answer several crisis phone calls that come into the crisis unit and referred them to the MSW level social worker who was on call. I talked with several patients on the unit and asked them how was their recovery going. Many of them responded by saying that detoxing of drugs is rough, but they were determined to stay here. Most of the patients’ that I talked with were satisfied with services that the FBC Unit in Greenville has provided them with. Most of the patients’ have their aftercare in place, and ready for use the day that they are discharged from the unit. Before the shift changed I was required to type,
It is troubling that other clinicians allowed her to continue to practice when her competency was questionable. The clinician is putting the clients at risk and not taking time to care for herself. My concern is that she is using client sessions to vent about her own personal problems. Currently,
Field Practicum Journal Entry Tuesday– September 6th, 2016 (9:00am -5:00pm) I was among three therapists sent to New Hope Corps transitional home for quarterly face-to-face contact with client. Client has been at the transitional home for three months and all reports are that he is doing well. I met with transition home counselor at the home prior to meeting with client. The transitional home counselor reported that the client had made much progress in his therapy group this quarter. She had reported at previous meeting that client had not wanted to share any of his issues with the group and just sat there until the time was up in group and then left with no remarks. During this quarter, he has begun to open up about his feelings regarding his birth father and his anger toward him. He has talked about his drug use. The transition home counselor began meeting with him individually two months ago and that one-on-one counseling has given him the encouragement to share with the group. The transition home counselor warned me that client would want to discuss his desire to return home as soon as possible. I met with client alone to discuss his progress over the last quarter. He reported that he is feeling good about
MMM was released after 72 hours into an outpatient program where she was assigned to a group therapy circle for those suffering from Borderline Personality Disorder. She also signed up for individual therapy with a therapist on-campus specializing in the treatment of Personality Disorders. It is up to MMM to follow-up with her treatment plan. Because her suicide attempt occurred on campus, the Dean of Students
Boundary Issues Addressed and Resolved These boundary issues were addressed in the enrollment process of the soldier in a Rehabilitation Treatment Meeting (RTM) in which family would be included with the soldier, along with his command and/or the soldier’s supervisor. The counselor would first staff the case with their supervisor. Walker & Clark (1999) report that the counselor should obtain close supervision to anticipate or head off any possible ethical violation by intervening, when they see signs of boundary problems that may appear.
I would conclude that retaining the employee would be the best solution given his overall track record. Putting into place an agreement with the employee of counseling, treatment and improved work performance should suffice.