Social workers can be legally liable for defamation of character if they say or write something about a client that has three elements: the communication was untrue, the social worker knew or should have known that the statement was untrue, and the communication caused some injury to the client. Social workers' defamatory statements about clients"”for example, about their mental status, personality attributes, or behavior"”can cause emotional distress or financial harm or damage someone's reputation.
So what do you do?
DESTROY THE CLIENT.
Victoria LCSW has been privy to confidential information and rather than report her associates unethical behavior that was very harmful to her client, she aided her. Shame on Victoria Lebeau.