Karen Herrera-Ferrá President of the Sociedad Mexicana de Neuroética Av. Recent calls for improved mental health and public safety, taken together with the missional foci of the new DSM-5, ICD-10 and BRAIN initiative suggest, support, if not prompt consideration of both more accurate classification of psychiatric conditions and states, and more pragmatic, prudent integration of neuroscience and neurotechnology within psychiatry.
Similar to a Rubik’s cube, the issue is multifaceted and rarely do all the sides line up correctly.
We should be concerned with dual relationships primarily because they can hurt clients but also because they can hurt the profession and social workers.
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Of particular note are the occurrence, basis, and developmental – and psychosocial effects – of recurrent violent behavior (RVB).