Case Management 101: Client Boundaries

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Featuring Joan Hodges-Wu, MA, this video describes how to set boundaries as a case manager working with survivors of torture.
This video was produced by the National Capacity Building Project, a project of the Center for Victims of Torture.

This video defines boundaries and their role in the professional setting, identifies five categories of boundaries, recognizes common boundary violations, and establishes best practices to use in setting and maintaining boundaries.

This video is the first in the Case Managment 101 video series, featuring Joan Hodges-Wu, MA. Don't miss the second video, Case Management 101: Writing Case Notes.

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Client Boundaries

Excellent session I will share with staff

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