Demands For Privacy Among Adolescents In Multimodal Alcohol And Other Drug-Abuse Treatment
Abbreviated Journal Title
J. Couns. Dev.
UNDERSTOOD ETHICAL PRINCIPLES; FAMILY-THERAPY; CONFIDENTIALITY; PSYCHOTHERAPY; DISCLOSURE; ATTITUDES; CONSENT; HEALTH; Psychology, Applied
Adolescent clients' perceptions of the limits of confidentiality, as well as their privacy demands within the counseling relationship, were assessed. A total of 30 adolescents involved in individual, group, and family counseling for alcohol and other drug abuse served as participants. Participants were asked to respond to vignettes of confidentiality issues in terms of what they believed the counselor should do and what they would prefer the counselor to do. Results suggested that adolescents generally want higher levels of confidentiality than they expect to receive. This group of adolescent clients, however, made clear distinctions in their privacy expectations and demands according to specific situations.
Journal of Counseling and Development
"Demands For Privacy Among Adolescents In Multimodal Alcohol And Other Drug-Abuse Treatment" (1994). Faculty Bibliography 1990s. 1116.