7200.4910 WELFARE OF STUDENTS, SUPERVISEES, AND RESEARCH SUBJECTS.
Providers who teach, evaluate, supervise, or conduct research have authority over their students, supervisees, or research subjects, and must protect the welfare of these individuals.
To protect the welfare of students, supervisees, or research subjects, providers shall not:
impose any stereotypes of behavior, values, or roles related to race, ethnicity, national origin, religious affiliation, language, age, gender, physical disabilities, mental capabilities, sexual orientation or identity, or socioeconomic status;
exploit or misuse in any manner the professional relationship for the emotional, financial, sexual, or personal advantage or benefit of the provider or another individual or entity;
engage in any sexual behavior with a current supervisee, including sexual contact, as defined in part 7200.0110, subpart 28, or any physical, verbal, written, interactive, or electronic communication, conduct, or act that may be reasonably interpreted to be sexually seductive, demeaning, or harassing;
engage in any deceptive or fraudulent behavior;
disclose evaluative information except for legitimate professional or scientific purposes; or
engage in any other unprofessional conduct.