By Barbara Herlihy, Gerald Corey
Completely required interpreting for all counselors, clinicians,
and counselors-in-training, the 7th version of
this absolutely 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 passed through the main major revision to
ensure your knowing of and compliance with the
most present moral criteria within the field.
In this casebook, each one person ordinary of the new
Code is supplied with an illustrative case vignette, and a learn and dialogue Guide
is awarded at first of every significant component of the Code. fundamental ethical
issues more often than not encountered through counselors of their paintings are then awarded in
individual chapters, with accompanying case experiences. issues addressed include
client rights and proficient 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 legislations and ethics. Chapters new to this version discover price conflicts and
the concerns surrounding social media and new expertise. moreover, a brand new section
on placing ethics into perform includes distinctive, advanced case stories that are
representative of real-world perform, in addition to small crew actions to facilitate
learning and dialogue.
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Extra resources for ACA Ethical Standards Casebook, Seventh Edition
When applying the standards to our own practices, significant questions may be raised, most of which will not have simple or definitive answers. Applying the ethical guidelines to particular situations demands a keen ethical sensitivity and an open mind. A second function of ethical standards is to provide a mechanism for professional accountability. The ultimate end of a code of ethics is to protect the public. ACA, through enforcement of its Code of Ethics, holds its members accountable to the standards it has set forth.
Although it is important for us to thoroughly familiarize ourselves with the Code of Ethics, it is also necessary for each of us to develop a personal ethical sense. We need to examine our own practices, looking for subtle ways that we might not be acting as ethically as we could be. Gross unethical conduct can be detected, and enforcement is possible. Yet there are many less obvious situations in which counselors may fail to do what is appropriate. Here are a few examples of ways counselors might engage in ethically questionable behavior that would be difficult for others to detect and, thus, difficult to enforce: • Prolonging the number of counseling sessions to satisfy the counselor’s emotional or financial needs • Being unaware of countertransference reactions to a client, student, or supervisee and thereby inadvertently increasing uncooperative behavior and thwarting growth • Imposing values, goals, or strategies on clients that are not congruent with their cultural background • Using techniques or strategies that are comfortable for the counselor rather than those that are aimed at helping clients achieve their therapeutic goals • Practicing with little enthusiasm or tolerating boredom and apathy • Ignoring self-care practices and thus not being able to practice effectively The work of the counselor is fraught with ambiguities.
Promoting social justice; 4. safeguarding the integrity of the counselor–client relationship; and 5. practicing in a competent and ethical manner. These professional values provide a conceptual basis for the ethical principles enumerated below. These principles are the foundation for ethical behavior and decision making. The fundamental principles of professional ethical behavior are • autonomy, or fostering the right to control the direction of one’s life; • nonmaleficence, or avoiding actions that cause harm; • beneficence, or working for the good of the individual and society by promoting mental health and well-being; • 35 • ACA Ethical Standards Casebook • justice, or treating individuals equitably and fostering fairness and equality; • fidelity, or honoring commitments and keeping promises, including fulfilling one’s responsibilities of trust in professional relationships; and • veracity, or dealing truthfully with individuals with whom counselors come into professional contact.
ACA Ethical Standards Casebook, Seventh Edition by Barbara Herlihy, Gerald Corey