|Your response||Response example|
|Is this an ethics violation?||release of PHI and RBT is not qualified to make long-term progress suggestions||Confidentiality was not maintained (Codes 1.04d, 2.06, 2.08), predicting outcomes is also an ethical concern (Codes 1.01, 1.02)|
|Was this response problematic with regard to professionalism or the client’s treatment program?||
Yes the RBT is not qualified to share that type of information. They also released PHI and that is a privacy violation.
|Yes, the supervisee violated HIPAA and the BACB ethics code; forecasting outcomes damages credibility and rapport with the caregivers|
|When/how might feedback be delivered by the supervisor?||
The supervisor will need to have a discussion with the RBT that includes the release of information and what their roll in the process is
|During the supervision meeting the supervisor might review the ethics codes that were violated and provide modeling/rehearsal/feedback of how to respond in that situation for the future|
|What types of additional training might improve this supervisee’s performance?||
a training on privacy rules and regulations and to refamiliarize themselves with what they are qualified to share with people.
|HIPAA rules, how to respond to difficult questions, how to approach unexpected scenarios in the field, limitations of forecasting outcomes|