Defining ethical behavior and consistently acting on the underlying principles can be a difficult-to-grasp content area of clinical psychology because it comes with few facts, some principles, and a lot of ambiguity and occasional headaches (Keith-Spiegel & Koocher, 1985; Pope & Vasquez, 2016). Still, concern about behaving ethically needs to be ever present for clinical psychologists and in fact all health professionals. Awareness of ethics ideally works like a virus-detection program that is always running in the background of the computer.