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NATURE OF VERBAL COMMUNICATION: WHAT IS OK ?

NATURE OF COMMUNICATION

ALWAYS

SOMETIMES

NEVER

OK

OK

OK

1. Calling the participant by his/her first name

     

2. Using terms of endearment with a participant (e.g. honey, dear, sweetheart)

     

3. Talking with a participant about sexual topics

     

4. Inquiring about a participant’s sexual behavior

     

5. Inquiring about a parti cipant’s substance use behavior

     

6. Answering a participant’s questions about your personal life

     

7. Asking questions about a participant’s personal life not related to the program agenda

     

8. Using profanity with a participant

     

9. Using profanity directed at a participant

     

10. Calling a participant at home

     

11. Meeting a participant socially out of office or program time

     

12. Contacting participants on an office Facebook account

     

13. Posting pictures of prevention program activities on an office Facebook account

     

14. Posting pictures of prevention program activities on a personal Facebook account

     

15. Responding positively to a participant’s online “friend” request

     

16. “Friending” a participant online

     

17. “ You’re very attractive. ”

     

18. “You are very special to me.”

     

19. “There are times I forget you are a youth.”

     

20. “I like you.”

     

21. “I will always be there for you.”

     

22. “ We’ve become very close since you started this program.”

     

(Ref: William L. White, Ethical Issues in Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment, 2001)