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6 thoughts on “Unit 4.1: Ethics

  1. Marilyn Hargeaves says:

    Something weird happened, as my checked answers don’t match what was submitted. FYI, I did submit the correct one. It seems if I wait any length of time, it won’t take my answers and logs me out then I have to backtrack to get back to where I was.

  2. admin says:

    Hi Marilyn, I’m sorry to hear about this. I have not heard about this problem. I’ll check with support about it. The course should keep track of where you were, but if there is a disruption in internet service it may force you off the system. Thanks for letting us know!
    Bradley

  3. Carson Kivari says:

    I was incorrect in that I didn’t list marketing psychedelic services online as unethical. I should have known this meant guiding work and not integration services, which our clinic indeed does market publicly.

  4. admin says:

    Hi Carson, you are right, it’s currently fine to advertise psychedelic integration services. I will clarify the question.

    Bradley

  5. Michael says:

    I’m curious if you have always have a crisis plan prepared, where a qualified professional is available in the event of participant crisis or medical complications? Who might that person be? Psychologist, Psychiatrist, Physician?

  6. admin says:

    Thank you for question. We have treated hundreds of clients and have had to deal with many types of emergencies. We have plans in place. For medical emergencies we would use 911, and we have never had to resort to that. For other types of psychological emergencies we have been able to handle anything that comes along. The Sentinel has access to professionals and we typically have nurses or doctors in our retreats.

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