Radicalisation to violent extremism, fixation and grievance-fuelled violence: Navigating privacy, confidentiality and ethical challenges

Date produced 18 August 2020

Join this interdisciplinary panel discussion to be better equipped to manage any privacy, confidentiality and ethical concerns they may have when treating or supporting people at risk of radicalisation to violent extremism, fixation or grievance-fuelled violence who are deemed to pose a serious threat to themselves and/or to others.

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Watch this facilitated panel discussion to be better equipped to:

  • name the key principles of confidentiality, privacy and ethics when treating and/or supporting people who may pose a serious threat to themselves or others by way of radicalisation to violent extremism, fixation or grievance-fuelled violence.

  • describe the key indicators and circumstances for disclosure when treating and/or supporting people who may pose a serious threat to themselves or others by way of radicalisation to violent extremism, fixation or grievance-fuelled violence.

  • have an awareness of referral pathways and take appropriate steps if they are concerned that a person may pose a serious threat to themselves or others by way of radicalisation to violent extremism, fixation or grievance-fuelled violence.

Review the panel of interdisciplinary experts' bios.

  • Professor Alfred Allan (Clinical Psychologist, Western Australia)

  • Dr Ines Rio (General Practitioner, Victoria)

  • Dr Danny Sullivan (Psychiatrist, Victoria)

Facilitator:

  • Professor Mark Creamer (Clinical Psychologist, Victoria)



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