Confidentiality as a learnerbeginning professional you

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Unformatted text preview: - one of the most important elements in counselling. - The counsellor tells the clients the goals, procedures, benefits and risks of the counselling process, and the client agrees to what has been outlined. Confidentiality- As a learner/beginning professional you usually don’t have legal confidentiality. o Ex. What you hear in a role- play situation in practice sessions needs to be kept to yourself. o Trust is built on your ability to keep confidences. - Power differentials occur in a society where privilege goes with skin colour, gender, sexual orientation or other multicultural dimensions. - Dual Relationships- having more than one relationship with a client. o Can cause problems o Can happen if...
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