Counselors who maintain websites provide accessibility to persons with disabilities. They provide translation ca- pabilities for clients who have a different primary language, when feasible. Coun- selors acknowledge the imperfect nature of such translations and accessibilities.
Social Media H.6.a. Virtual Professional
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Presence In cases where counselors wish to maintain a professional and personal presence for social media use, separate professional and personal web pages and profiles are created to clearly distin- guish between the two kinds of virtual presence.
Social Media as Part of Informed Consent
Counselors clearly explain to their clients, as part of the informed consent procedure, the benefits, limitations, and boundaries of the use of social media.
Client Virtual Presence Counselors respect the privacy of their clients’ presence on social media unless given consent to view such information.
Use of Public Social Media
Counselors take precautions to avoid disclosing confidential information through public social media.