What would be an insight after reading the following passage:
The Center for Advanced Studies in Child Welfare video (s) were very telling of nuisances associated with trying to provide resources for children and families needing assistance. There might be many challenging scenarios that an HSPP might be faced with in trying to aid families above everyday needs. There were instances in the first two videos where the HSPPS felt like there was a need for law enforcement involvement. In the first case study scenario, there was the issue of suspected domestic issues and substance abuse and in the second case study it was the scenario with the parents reporting what felt like a skull fracture on their child's head, and then after further medical review findings showed evidence of an actual skull fracture and fracture on the child's leg. Under circumstances like these what comes into play is the act of counselors having to "breach confidentiality" as mandated by law to act as an agent of social control. Resource readings note that confidentiality must be broken when there are threats of harm to oneself, threats of harm to another, or when it is learned (or in some states merely suspected) that a child or elder is a victim of abuse or neglect (Sori & Hecker, 2015). The learning aspect of these case study scenarios is that the HSPP needs to be competently sound in all the governing rules, regulations, and policies associated with client management; understand the importance of professional codes of ethics, and refresh their ethical skills and knowledge through continuing education training. This information is key not only in pursuit of professional practice as an HSPP but also in considering moving forward into the final project of this course. The idea is to be well-versed in all entities related to client management i.e., inner-agency guidelines, state rules and regulations associated with Child Welfare and Protective Services, and other applicable laws, and know what steps to take appropriately.
How can an HSPP know what measure to accept what a parent is saying in situations of suspected domestic abuse or substance abuse within the home before expressing a need for further review? Does being forthcoming about suspected problems put stress on the rapport between the HSPP and the parents and if so, what is the proper way to recover from it as to be able to still provide them with the help that they need?
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