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Ethics codes
Are guidelines, non-specific
Limitations of codes of ethics
issues cannot be handled solely relying on codes, codes lack clarity and precision, simply learning them will not make for ethical practice, consumers don't have knowledge to know whether therapist is acting ethically, conflicts emerge with codes, some practitioners have to follow various codes, codes are reactive rather than proactive, personal values may conflict with codes, codes may conflict with policies/practices, need to be understood w/in a cultural framework, may not align with laws, too much diversity to agree
3 objectives
educate professionals on ethical conduct,provide a mechanism for professional accountability, catalysts for improving practice
Ethics
standards that govern the conduct of its professional members
Law
body of rules that govern the affairs of ppl in a community, state, or country
Values
beliefs and attitudes that provide direction to everyday living
Morality
perspectives of right and proper conduct and involves an evaluation of actions on the basis of some broader cultural context or religious standard
Community standards
vary on interdisciplinary, theoretical and geographical basis
Professionalism
has some relationship to ethical behavior
Mandatory ethics
describes a level of ethical functioning wherein counselors act in compliance with minimal standards
Aspirational ethics
the highest standards of thinking and conduct professional counselors seek, it requires that counselors do more than simply meet the letter of the ethics code
Principle ethics
set of obligations and a method that focuses on moral issues with the goals of solving dilemmas and a guide to future ethical thinking
Virtue ethics
focuses on the character traits of the counselor and nonobligatory ideals to which professionals aspire rather than on solving specific problems
Autonomy
refers to the promotion of self determination or the freedom to choose their own direction
- Letting them decide the best option
Nonmaleficence
avoiding doing harm, which means refraining from actions that risk hurting clients
-Telling a hispanic woman to come to a meeting during the day
Ethics codes
Are guidelines, non-specific
Limitations of codes of ethics
issues cannot be handled solely relying on codes, codes lack clarity and precision, simply learning them will not make for ethical practice, consumers don't have knowledge to know whether therapist is acting ethically, conflicts emerge with codes, some practitioners have to follow various codes, codes are reactive rather than proactive, personal values may conflict with codes, codes may conflict with policies/practices, need to be understood w/in a cultural framework, may not align with laws, too much diversity to agree
3 objectives
educate professionals on ethical conduct,provide a mechanism for professional accountability, catalysts for improving practice
Ethics
standards that govern the conduct of its professional members
Law
body of rules that govern the affairs of ppl in a community, state, or country
Values
beliefs and attitudes that provide direction to everyday living
Morality
perspectives of right and proper conduct and involves an evaluation of actions on the basis of some broader cultural context or religious standard
Community standards
vary on interdisciplinary, theoretical and geographical basis
Professionalism
has some relationship to ethical behavior
Mandatory ethics
describes a level of ethical functioning wherein counselors act in compliance with minimal standards
Aspirational ethics
the highest standards of thinking and conduct professional counselors seek, it requires that counselors do more than simply meet the letter of the ethics code
Principle ethics
set of obligations and a method that focuses on moral issues with the goals of solving dilemmas and a guide to future ethical thinking
Virtue ethics
focuses on the character traits of the counselor and nonobligatory ideals to which professionals aspire rather than on solving specific problems
Autonomy
refers to the promotion of self determination or the freedom to choose their own direction
- Letting them decide the best option
Nonmaleficence
avoiding doing harm, which means refraining from actions that risk hurting clients
-Telling a hispanic woman to come to a meeting during the day
Ethics codes
Are guidelines, non-specific
Limitations of codes of ethics
issues cannot be handled solely relying on codes, codes lack clarity and precision, simply learning them will not make for ethical practice, consumers don't have knowledge to know whether therapist is acting ethically, conflicts emerge with codes, some practitioners have to follow various codes, codes are reactive rather than proactive, personal values may conflict with codes, codes may conflict with policies/practices, need to be understood w/in a cultural framework, may not align with laws, too much diversity to agree
3 objectives
educate professionals on ethical conduct,provide a mechanism for professional accountability, catalysts for improving practice
Ethics
standards that govern the conduct of its professional members
Law
body of rules that govern the affairs of ppl in a community, state, or country
Values
beliefs and attitudes that provide direction to everyday living
Morality
perspectives of right and proper conduct and involves an evaluation of actions on the basis of some broader cultural context or religious standard
Community standards
vary on interdisciplinary, theoretical and geographical basis
Professionalism
has some relationship to ethical behavior
Mandatory ethics
describes a level of ethical functioning wherein counselors act in compliance with minimal standards
Aspirational ethics
the highest standards of thinking and conduct professional counselors seek, it requires that counselors do more than simply meet the letter of the ethics code
Principle ethics
set of obligations and a method that focuses on moral issues with the goals of solving dilemmas and a guide to future ethical thinking
Virtue ethics
focuses on the character traits of the counselor and nonobligatory ideals to which professionals aspire rather than on solving specific problems
Autonomy
refers to the promotion of self determination or the freedom to choose their own direction
- Letting them decide the best option
Nonmaleficence
avoiding doing harm, which means refraining from actions that risk hurting clients
-Telling a hispanic woman to come to a meeting during the day