Regarding the matter of establishing fees, I would tend to
a. have a standard fee that is the same for all my clients.
b. use a sliding scale to accommodate those with financial hardships.
c. increase my fees with existing clients as the cost of living increases.
d. retain the fee agreement initially made with clients.
The counselor may revert to the therapist's statement of terminating the sessions in the following ways:
Positive ethics encourage counselors to consider ethical issues in an all-embracing context that helps them to make better decisions for the welfare of their clients and better integration of personal values with professional rules.
The following are the decisions made by the therapist when the client wishes to stop taking the sessions due to financial problems: