developing a treatment plan for Mary, who was referred for substance abuse counseling after an FFDE, and addressing any potential ethical issues that may arise from her return to work being contingent on the counselor’s opinion.

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developing a treatment plan for Mary, who was referred for substance abuse counseling after an FFDE, and addressing any potential ethical issues that may arise from her return to work being contingent on the counselor’s opinion.

Mary* was just referred to you by a psychologist. The psychologist had conducted an FFDE and recommended that Mary receive substance abuse counseling after she showed up to work three times hungover and called in at least five times. The psychologist declared Mary not fit for duty and stated that they would conduct a re-evaluation after Mary completed substance abuse treatment and her treatment provider provided a letter stating that Mary was no longer abusing alcohol and had the proper skills for relapse prevention. —Determine how you begin treatment and what questions you might ask to understand Mary’s problem better. Examine any ethical issues that may arise from a person seeking counseling due to an FFDE, and their return to work is contingent on your opinion.

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