Basics of California Law for LMFTs, LPCCs, and LCSWs
Third Edition

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Contents

The chapter listing is the same in the 2014 edition and the third edition (2015).

1. Scope of practice
2. Licensing requirements
3. Unprofessional conduct
4. Informed consent
5. Confidentiality, privilege, and exceptions
6. Working with minors
7. Working with elders and dependent adults
8. Advertising
9. Technology
10. Advocating for changes in law, regulation, or policy

Appendices

List of tables
Topic index
Directory of key stakeholder groups
Additional resources

Excerpts

I've published the following excerpts from the book on my Psychotherapy Notes blog, with some slight modifications so the pieces would be digestible in article form:

What's the difference between an MFT, an LPC (or LPCC), and an LCSW?

Why advocacy work is important for mental health professionals

Yes, tweets can be considered advertisements

Basics of California Law for LMFTs, LPCCs, and LCSWs - Third edition (2015)