Stephen Feldman, JD, PhD & Marnee Milner, JD, PhD


Stephen Feldman, JD, PhD, is an attorney and psychologist who has practiced and taught both law and psychology from Harvard in the east to Seattle University in the west. He holds a law degree from Harvard and a psychology degree from the University of Nebraska. He has lectured extensively on the law and ethics of mental health practice at conferences and in academic settings. His numerous articles and books include the Washington state volume of the American Psychological Association's series, Law & Mental Health Professionals (co-author). He currently is on the faculty of the University of Washington School of Medicine, and in private practice consulting with counseling services and individual practitioners on legal and ethical problems that arise in the course of practice. He was named the "Distinguished Psychologist" for 2006 by the Washington State Psychological Association.

Marnee W. Milner, JD, PhD, is an attorney and psychologist, currently practicing in Washington State.  She received her law degree from Golden Gate University School of Law and her doctorate from Pacific Graduate School of Psychology.  Dr. Milner's training was completed at the Veterans Affairs Palo Alto Health Care System with a postdoctoral fellowship in neuropsychology at Brown University/Butler Hospital. Currently Dr. Milner is in private practice performing neuropsychological and psychological evaluations and, with Dr. Feldman, consulting with counseling services and individual practitioners on legal and ethical problems that arise in the course of practice.  Her website is www.drmarneemilner.com.

Ethics of Treating Two Psychotherapy Clients who Know Each Other

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Receiving Gifts in Psychotherapy

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Ethical and Legal Issues in Telephone Therapy

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