In my field we always see ethical issues arise when the standards are challenged. That issue in itself arises because everyone puts value on different things in their life. What is Case Management? According to our class power points; it’s a creative and collaborative process, involving skills of counseling, assessment, consulting, teaching, modeling and advocacy that aim to enhance the optimum functioning of the individual. In my personal opinion and from the view point as a substance abuse center, a case manager helps the client identify personal skills, abilities, and assets through discussion; supports client decision making so that the client sets treatment goals and determines how the goals will be met; encourages client participation in seeking assistance; and works to resolve any client barriers to treatment, such as lack of transportation, child care, and social support.
These standards could expand their problem solving, awareness, values and clarification ability. Although these standards promote their liability, each therapist should maintain each ethical conduct by encouraging their colleagues as well (Hillenbrand and Claiborn, 1988). Ethics are moral values that embrace each person or group by designed to present regulations for accurate conduct. In recognize the ethical conduct the result of comprehension and understanding of each philosophical morality seem to underline the ethics code, the leading behavior that symbolizes the prime of life, decision and carefulness. These ethical beliefs are governed by the mental health professional that describe each standards in regards to his or her behavior.
We must remember that we are here to help others and building trust is paramount to that process. A great many have been injured by the release of information that was private to an individual. One must also consider the agency and how the release of information could do tremendous harm not only to the agency but also to the employees and clients as well. A strong protocol must be established and followed to the letter. Each step must be properly documented as we know if it is not on paper it never happened.
The Right of Informed Consent is both an ethical and a legal requirement and one which must be woven into our therapeutic process from the beginning. Informed Consent helps us to form a therapeutic alliance with our client by being honest and intentionally advocating for them and with them. This allows us to communicate respectfully and honestly about the process and purpose of the therapy.
Helping skills are Communication, listening skills, problem solving skills, having attending behavior, and skills for challenging clients. There are two parts of communal communication. Supportive elements will be a major part of helping a client this would be a skill for a helper to have to ensure the goals for the client to achieve their goals to meeper will have numerous meetings with the client toelper will set up a environment comfortable, peaceful and confidential as possible since the helping process can be intimidating which it could hurt thelper in the Human
Why would an ethical code give patient/family members confidence in an organization? The healthcare profession is represented by every professional within the industry when in contact with a patient or family member. As professionals, we play a vital role within the community and have an ethical obligation to ensure confidentiality, quality of care and people skills. When a family or patient are treated unfairly or are given the feeling that the healthcare professionals are not representing them with dignity and respect these interactions can breach the confidence. Therefore, if the ethical code is followed by healthcare professionals, patient and/or family members can develop confidence in their standard of care.
One area of counseling that appears to be overlooked when viewing these counseling sessions is the ethical responsibility of the counselor. Just as there are differences in the approaches between individual and group counseling, there are ethical differences between the two as well. This paper will begin by exploring what ethics is and why it is important then focus on the ethical differences between individual and group counseling. There are many professions that are required to follow some sort of ethical guidelines. While each discipline may have individual requirements, the premise for all is to provide certain guidelines to do no harm for the clients.
Professional Counseling and Social Justice Abstract As a professional counselor, one must adhere to the competencies set forth and adopted by many of the professional organizations and associations that oversee counseling as a profession. The responsibility of upholding socially just practices is crucial for a professional counselor. Relationships are forged with individuals, families and groups which promote well-being in all aspects a participant’s life. A professional counselor must recognize his or her own biases towards societal, personal, religious and political topics or beliefs. Once these personal biases are recognized, the task of not relaying them to the individuals that have sought out assistance is vital to the success of their growth and achievement.
Ethics area a code of conduct we are all expected to follow so we tend to respect the guide lines that are put in place a normal behavior to be considered as society norms. In field of psychology discipline is no exception in fact it is a most when it comes to ethics and code of conduct. These ethics and codes are particularly important since scientific discipline usually deals with unsound individuals. It is extremely import to not counsel anyone. Work at a rehab people will ask you opinion and in giving that opinion you are crossing the line of counseling in many cases.
ETHICS IN PUBLIC SPEAKING Public speaking possesses a great power in influencing and persuading audiences. If it is used unethically, some negative impacts will be caused. So, it is crucial to learn about the ethics in public speaking to be a more responsible speaker. Ethics, according to MacKinnon (2004), “asks basic questions about the good life, about what is better and worse, about whether there is any objective right or wrong, and how we know it if there is”. To learn about ethics in public speaking, there are a few aspects to be considered.