The Workshop Discusses informed consent, access to treatment information, and the rights of birth parents or foster parents to participate in a child’s treatment. It also teach the signs and symptoms to recognise child abuse and the reporting process. It includes recommendations for solving many of the problems mental health services providers face.

Every one working with children should understand the ethical dilemmas that may occur when working with children, youth, and families, it will also help social workers, psychologists, behavioral therapists to achieve a more ethical stance in professional practice with information on basic theories. It describes approaches to ethical decision-making and discusses common practice dilemmas, including confidentiality and informed consent, client rights, equality, private practice, and more.