Some practitioners attempt to avoid ethical issues by screening and categorizing potential patients by how much risk they pose, and only accepting those in low-risk categories (e.g., no one who shows signs of difficult personality disorders, trauma history, serious mental illness such as schizophrenia). 

If you were a clinician, what are some guidelines you would set for yourself to manage the risks inherent in the practice? What considerations (for yourself, your potential patients, and the practice of clinical psychology) would go into setting those guidelines?

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