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From a feminist perspective there are distinctlimitations to a number of Freudian concepts,especially the Oedipus and Electra Complexes.Luborksy, O'Reilly-Landry and Arlow (2011) notethat psychoanalytic therapies have beencriticized for being irrelevant to contemporaryculture and being appropriate only to an elite,COUNSELOR'S VALUES AND THERAPEUTIC PROCESSCounselors must have the ability to work with arange of clients with diverse worldviews andvalues.Value impositionrefers to counselors directlyattempting to define a client's values, attitudes,beliefs, and behaviors.The American Counseling Association's (ACA, 2014)Code of EthicsIs Explicit Regarding This Matter:Personal Values.Counselors are aware ofand avoid imposingtheir own values,attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors. Counselorsrespect the diversity of clients, trainees, andresearch participants and seek training in areasin which they are at risk of imposing their valuesonto clients, especially when the counselor'svalues are inconsistent with the client's goals orare discriminatory in nature.Value explorationis at the heart of why manycounselor education programs encourage orrequire personal therapy for counselors intraining. Your personal therapy sessions providean opportunity for you to examine your beliefsand values and to explore your motivations forwanting to share your belief system.Clients are in a vulnerable position and requireunderstanding and support from a counselorrather than judgment.Counseling is about working with clients withinthe framework of their value system. If youexperience difficulties over conflicting personalvalues with clients, the ethical course of actionis to seek supervision and learn ways toeffectively manage these differences.The counseling process is not about thecounselor's values;it is about the values andneeds of clients.Our task is to help clients explore and clarifytheir beliefs and apply their values to solvingtheir problems
Issues Faced By Beginning Counselors1.Dealing with Anxiety2.Being Yourself and Self Disclosure3.Avoiding Perfectionism4.Being Honest About Your Limitations5.Understanding Silence6.Dealing with Demands from Clients7.Dealing with Clients Who Lack Commitment8.Tolerating Ambiguity9.Becoming Aware of Your CountertransferenceCountertransference, defined broadly,includes any of our projections thatinfluence the way we perceive andreact to a client.10.Developing a Sense of Humor11.Sharing Responsibility with the Client12.Declining to Give Advice13.Defining your Role as a Counselor14.Learning to Use Technique Appropriately15.Developing Your Own Counseling Style16.Maintaining Your Vitality as a Person and as aProfessionalPHILIPPINE CODE OF ETHICS FORPSYCHOLOGISTS/PSYCHOMETRICIANEthicsis simply known as moral philosophy, abranch of philosophy that addresses questionsabout moralitythat is, concepts such as goodand evil, right and wrong, virtue and vice,justice, etc.

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