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Download PDF by Barbara Herlihy, Gerald Corey: ACA Ethical Standards Casebook, Seventh Edition

By Barbara Herlihy, Gerald Corey

Completely required examining for all counselors, clinicians,
and counselors-in-training, the 7th version of
this totally up-to-date, top-selling textual content offers a detailed
examination of the newly revised ACA Code of Ethics.
Find out what's new within the 2014 Code and which
sections have gone through the main major revision to
ensure your knowing of and compliance with the
most present moral criteria within the field.

In this casebook, every one person usual of the new
Code is supplied with an illustrative case vignette, and a examine and dialogue Guide
is provided before everything of every significant portion of the Code. fundamental ethical
issues regularly encountered through counselors of their paintings are then provided in
individual chapters, with accompanying case experiences. themes addressed include
client rights and trained consent, social justice and advocacy, confidentiality,
counselor competence, operating with a number of consumers, boundary concerns, client
danger to self or others, counselor education and supervision, and the relationship
between legislation and ethics. Chapters new to this variation discover worth conflicts and
the matters surrounding social media and new know-how. furthermore, a brand new section
on placing ethics into perform includes precise, complicated case experiences that are
representative of real-world perform, in addition to small crew actions to facilitate
learning and dialogue.

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Foundations of Codes of Ethics Barbara Herlihy and Gerald Corey Ethics codes of organizations of mental health professionals serve a number of purposes. They communicate to members of the organization, as well as to the public, the professional identity and commonly held collective values and principles of the profession, the basic norms and expectations for practitioners, and “the normative orientation to the service of others and a commitment to protect the welfare of clients” (Francis & Dugger, 2014, p.

Check to see whether you are being influenced by feelings such as fear, self-doubt, frustration, disappointment, or an overwhelming sense of responsibility. Being aware of your emotions can help you assess whether you are seeing the situation accurately. • Involve your client in the decision-making process. This should occur throughout the process of resolving the dilemma, to the extent possible. Walden (2015) reminds us that the client is an integral part of the ethical community of the counseling relationship and that counselors should avoid making decisions for the client rather than with the client.

A U D report the counselor’s behavior to his or her supervisor. A U D report the suspected violation to an ethics committee. A U D contact clients of this counselor to discover more details about the suspected behavior. If I confront a colleague about a suspected ethical violation and this does not resolve the situation, the appropriate course for me to follow is to A U D respect the differences of opinion with the colleague. A U D report the colleague to an ethics committee. A U D seek consultation from my supervisor.

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