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Applying Ethics in Practice Zachary Robertson BSHS/335 June 26, 2015 Jennifer McNaught Applying Ethics in Practice
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Working in the human service department, there will be times when I won’t agree with my client and my personal values could become an ethical issue. Hypothetically, what if I had a client who is married with 2 younger children; two girls, one age 4 and the other age 2. He has been married to his wife for 5 years and admits to me that he is having an affair and wants a divorce. I have met his family before because they are in need of housing and food services. They presented themselves as a very sweet and loving family. I’m a strong believer of marriage and commitment and I don’t believe any party of a marriage should cheat. Essentially, it’s against my moral value. I also don’t understand how he could just leave his wife and children. Even though I am against what Ted has told me about his decision to file for a divorce, I must find a way to get around it and help him and his family with the needed support. I can use
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  • Summer '14
  • Ethics , ethnical decision making, human service department

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