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Download the treatment agreement and informed-consent form from Appendix H (see eResources) and use it to prepare a form tailored to your own circumstances.
Because informed consent is an ethical and legal obligation, this exercise is particularly important. If you are in an advanced setting and are seeing clients, informed consent may be legally mandated. If you are a beginner in your first placement, we still recommend you complete this exercise because it will help you clarify your own qualifications, approach to therapy, and expectations for clients, and it will strengthen your knowledge of critical ethical principles. Download the treatment agreement and informed-consent form from Appendix H (see eResources) and use it to prepare a form tailored to your own circumstances. Then exchange your form with your peers and review it with your instructor. You will probably need to go through several revisions before achieving a satisfactory draft. In the future, as you gain additional experience or your approach to treatment changes, or as ethical or legal developments arise, be sure to adapt and revise your form.