Ethical “hot spots” is defined as ethical issues that have been particularly focused upon over the recent years and addressed in varying professional codes of ethics . These includes: confidentiality , competence , dual relationships and conflicts of interest, inappropriate fee assessment , informed consent , misrepresentation of credentials, and sexual relationships with clients.

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