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How would conducting online therapy make it difficult for a therapist to fulfill their "duty to warn" rule?

▸ The therapist may not be informed on each state's rules about "duty to warn."

▸ The therapist has a duty of confidentiality, so they cannot break confidentiality.

▸ Therapists practicing out of state may not be obligated to the same rules.

▸ If someone is communicating via voice or text only, it is difficult to assess imminent or credible threat.
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