Clinical social work practice and technology: personal, practical, regulatory, and ethical considerations for the twenty-first century.

@article{Dombo2014ClinicalSW,
  title={Clinical social work practice and technology: personal, practical, regulatory, and ethical considerations for the twenty-first century.},
  author={Eileen A Dombo and Lisa M Kays and Katelyn Weller},
  journal={Social work in health care},
  year={2014},
  volume={53 9},
  pages={900-19}
}
The world that social work exists in is no longer defined by traditional physical settings and boundaries, such as schools, agencies, or even offices. With the advent of the Internet and digital communications, social work now exists in a far more complex reality, with clients and social workers engaging across multiple platforms, and sometimes even unintentionally and without one another's awareness. The implications of this can be ethical, practical, regulatory, and personal. This article… CONTINUE READING
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