Law & Ethics Workshop Part 3: Treating Minors with their Consent

  • Fri, October 09, 2020
  • 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
  • Zoom Presentation


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Minor's Consent

Critical Legal and Ethical Requirements for Providing Treatment to Minors Who are Consenting on their Own

Presented by

Bradley J. Muldrow, Esq. 

CAMFT Staff Attorney

October 9, 2020

1:30 am – 3:00 am

                              Licensed Chapter Members 
                                         1.5 CEUs for $25

                                          1.5 CEUs for $30

                                             $10 (no CEUs)

A zoom link will be emailed to registered participants followed by a Course Evaluation

CE Certificates will be sent to you after payment for the course and your returned Course Evaluation

This workshop presentation will be recorded and available for you to register and view after the live workshop has occurred.

 General Information/Description

This presentation covers critical legal requirements and clinical considerations for providing treatment via minor's consent under Family Code Section 6924 and Health and Safety Code Section 124260.

 Educational Goals

To help therapists understand the primary legal rules governing the provision of treatment via minor's consent.

 Measurable Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to:

 1) Understand key legal and clinical considerations for treating minors via minor's consent.

2) Understand key issues to document when providing treatment via minor's consent.


A. Introduction

B. Legal Considerations 

  1. I.Family Code Section 6924
    1. A.Requirements
    2. B.Health and Safety Code Section 124260
    3. C.Requirements
    4. D.Parent Notification Rules
    5. E.Supervisor Notification Rules (for Trainees)
    6. F.Payment Considerations
    7. G.Considerations for Interdisciplinary Treatment Facilities

C. Clinical Considerations

  1. A.General Considerations 
  2. B.Records Requests from Parents and Guardians


As a CAMFT staff attorney, Brad takes member phone calls regarding law and ethics issues and contributes articles on those subjects to CAMFT's publication, the Therapist. Prior to joining CAMFT’s legal team, Brad worked on litigation and regulatory matters as an attorney for San Diego Gas & Electric Company. 

Since becoming an attorney, Brad has given law and ethics presentations to attorneys and judges as a member of the J. Clifford Wallace Inn of Court. He has also served as a board member for the Earl B. Gilliam Bar Foundation, a San Diego-based nonprofit. As leader of Bayview Baptist Church’s Men’s Prison Ministry, Brad facilitates spirituality and personal development-focused discussion groups for incarcerated men at Richard J. Donovan Correctional Facility in San Diego.


Desert Chapter — California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (DESERT-CAMFT)
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