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Licensees or registrants shall not use a doctorate designation in their professional capacity unless it is related to the field of mental health and is from a recognized accredited educational institution.

(2) Licensees and registrants shall practice only within the competency areas for which they are qualified by education and training.

(9) A counselor, social worker, or marriage and family therapist shall only make recommendations to a court, attorney or other professional concerning a client.(2) Licensees and registrants shall provide services to clients only in the context of a professional relationship based on valid informed consent.Licensees and registrants shall use clear and understandable language to inform clients of the purposes of services, limit to the services due to legal requirements, relevant costs, reasonable alternatives, the clients' rights to refuse or withdraw consent, and the timeframe covered by the consent.(C) Responsibility to clients/consumers of services as to delegation: Counselors, social workers, or marriage and family therapists shall delegate professional responsibilities to another person only when the licensee delegating the responsibilities knows that the task is within the person's scope of practice and the person qualifies by training, experience and/or licensure to perform them.(D) Responsibility to clients/consumers of services as to confidentiality:(1) Counselors, social workers, and marriage and family therapists shall have a primary obligation to protect the client's right to confidentiality as established by law and the professional standards of practice.(A) The code of ethical practice and professional conduct constitutes the standards by which the professional conduct of counselors, social workers, and marriage and family therapists shall be measured.