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Do you think Phil McGraw's 1988 hiring of a former patient was ethical?

  • Phil McGraw was ethical

    Phil McGraw did not break any ethical boundaries when he hired a former patient back in 1988. Some people think he was unethical because he already had a relationship with his patient but that relationship did not violate any code of conduct. The hiring was made because it was the right move to make.

  • 1988 hiring of a former

    The discussion of ethics needs to move past trivial subjects such as this. Of course it was okay for Phil McGraw to hire a former patient in 1988. Dr. Phil knows what he is doing, is an educated man, and probably healed the person he hired. The person he hired was probably very knowledgeable.

  • If they are cured.

    Yes, I think that Phil Mcraw's 1988 hiring of a former patient was ethical, because the person was cured. A medical doctor would ethically be able to hire a person who they had cured for a medical illness. There is no reason that he could not employ this person, as long as he or she was no longer a patient.

  • Yes, it was ethical.

    The discussion of ethics needs to move past trivial subjects such as this. Of course it was okay for Phil McGraw to hire a former patient in 1988. Dr. Phil knows what he is doing, is an educated man, and probably healed the person he hired. The person he hired was probably very knowledgeable.

  • Not An Ethical Choice

    I do not believe Phil McGraw's 1988 hiring of a former patient was ethical, but it appears to one misstep that was quickly resolved. The case was investigated by Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists and officially closed in 1990. Overall, it's not really a big deal, it was a mistake, it was investigated. It's over and it's been over.


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