Ethical Dilemmas


Due to the nature of the therapeutic relationship, the therapist is sometimes faced with ethical dilemmas. An ethical dilemma may arise within the therapeutic relationship due to conflicting values or actions. It is important that therapists are equipped with skills and supports to successfully manage these circumstances and act for the good of the client. This course focuses on skilling therapists with the knowledge and skill to effectively identify and manage these situations.



In this course you will learn the roles of Codes of Ethics in developing and maintaining ethical conduct; ethical dilemmas Counselors are often faced with including dual relationships, improper practices, and inappropriate actions; Ethical models to be applied in the ethical decision making process; Barriers to ethical decision making.




Level: 1

Duration (hrs): 2

Author: Dr Clive Jones

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