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Ethical Issues: Abnormal Psychology

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Analyze the legal and ethical issues related to licensed and unlicensed professionals in the field of abnormal psychology.

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The ethical issues related to licensed and unlicensed professionals is addressed in this response, including ethical practices many professions should follow. One reference is given for this 250 word response.

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Legal and ethical issues concerning the licensed professionals in the field of psychology are relatively less complicated then in the case of unlicensed professionals, especially in medical and the psychological care field.

There are several legal and ethical boundaries which all professionals are to adhere to. If and when they are not followed, the professionals can risk law suits and loss of their licensure for the rest of ...

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