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 figuring out 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 awarded at the start of every significant portion of the Code. basic ethical
issues ordinarily encountered by way of counselors of their paintings are then provided in
individual chapters, with accompanying case reports. issues addressed include
client rights and proficient consent, social justice and advocacy, confidentiality,
counselor competence, operating with a number of consumers, boundary matters, client
danger to self or others, counselor education and supervision, and the relationship
between legislations and ethics. Chapters new to this version discover price conflicts and
the matters surrounding social media and new know-how. furthermore, a brand new section
on placing ethics into perform comprises designated, advanced case experiences that are
representative of real-world perform, in addition to small team actions to facilitate
learning and dialogue.
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Within the social constructivist model, each relationship involved in the dilemma is assessed for links to other systems, particularly adversarial systems, and for conflicting opinions. The feminist model for ethical decision making was developed by Hill, Glaser, and Harden (1995) with the intent of establishing a dual decisionmaking process. They suggested that mental health professionals should adhere to the rational-evaluative process found in most models but should also incorporate a feeling-intuitive process to acknowledge the emotional experience of the clinician, recognize the power differential in the therapeutic relationship, and identify and address any potential cultural bias- • 17 • ACA Ethical Standards Casebook es present in the decision-making process.
A U D I would suspend the counseling relationship while interacting with this person as a friend, employer, or supervisor. A U D I would decide whether to enter into the other relationship on a case-by-case basis, by balancing potential risks and benefits. 7. Sexual intimacies with former clients A U D are almost always unethical. A U D may result in a counselor’s loss of license to practice. A U D may be acceptable if sufficient time has passed since the counseling relationship terminated. A U D are inadvisable and represent poor judgment on the part of the counselor.
Justice involves treating all individuals equitably and fostering fairness and equality. Justice includes consideration of such factors as quality of services, allocation of time and resources, establishment of fees, and access to counseling services. • Fidelity means that counselors make honest promises and honor their commitments to clients, students, and supervisees. This principle involves creating a trusting and therapeutic climate in which people can search for their own solutions and taking care to avoid deception or exploitation of clients.