Lecture 2-Ethics_BB

Lecture 2-Ethics_BB - Ethics Ethical Dilemma You are ending...

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Ethics
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Ethical Dilemma You are ending your first session with a client who suffers from social anxiety. The client reported having no real friends and little family. The client greatly wants to start getting out of the house more and learn to interact with others more comfortably. You are a beginning counselor and were initially quite anxious to work with this client. By the end of the session, you realized that you actually enjoyed the session and felt that you became a better helper as a result of working with this client. The client says that the session was very helpful and then asks if the two of you might get together for coffee. What is an ethical way to proceed with this client?
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Ethics in Counseling Psychology Ethical Code Principles - aspirational Standards - enforceable
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Introduction of the Ethics Code Discusses the intent, organization, and scope of the ethics code. States that the code applies to ALL areas in which psychologists work
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This note was uploaded on 02/28/2011 for the course PSYC 432 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Maryland.

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Lecture 2-Ethics_BB - Ethics Ethical Dilemma You are ending...

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