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Vocabulary for ethics
tags "Ethics and legal issues in Counseling"
description "Ethics vocabulary"
fileName "Ethics vocabulary"
Ideal standards set by a profession
Rules that govern people within a community, what the government says we can and cannot do.
Beliefs and attitudes that give direction to life.
Perspectives of right and wrong
Criteria set by a community - what's professional and appropriate
Care that is usually given by others in a profession
Behavior expected of a professional person
Professional behavior that violates the code of ethics for that profession.
The basics of the code of ethics within a profession - minimal standards.
The highest standards of thinking and behavior - going above and beyond the minimum ethics standards.
Set of obligations and methods that focus on moral issues to solve a problem and establish a framework to guide future ethical thinking and behavior.
Character traits of the counselor and ideals that professionals aspire..."am I doing what is best for the client"
Providing a service w no expectations of financial gain
The freedom of clients to pick their own direction.
Avoiding harm...do no harm.
Promoting good for others
The moral principle of striving to be fair by giving equally to others.
Moral principle- professionals make honest promises and keep the promises.
Moral principle- professionals seek to be truthful, honest, and accurate.
Taking adequate care of ourselves so that we can implement virtues and ethical principles.
Social constructionist model of ethical decision makimg
Focuses on social aspects of decision making in counseling
Emphasizes equalization of power and striving for maximum involvement of the client at every stage
Transcultural integrative ethical decision making model
Emphasizes the need for including cultural factors when solving ethical decisions
Giving students opportunities to share life experience, values, and personal concerns in a group setting
Client's unconscious shifting to the therapist negative or positive feelings, attitudes, and fantasies rom another person in the client's life
Projections by the therapist that distort the way they see and react to the client...therapists unconscious emotional response to the client.
An event(s) leading to strain which leads to mental and physical health problems
Common to professionals who treat survivors of stressful/traumatic events.