Counselling Ethics: Philosophical and Professional Foundations - 3 Hours
Contact Hours: 3
Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes
Based on the book: Counseling Ethics: Philosophical and Professional Foundations by Christin M. Jungers, Jocelyn Gregoire - 2012
- Become familiar with some definitions of counselor identity from the counseling literature.
- Get acquainted with common themes related to counselor identity, such as professional competence, professional community, and professional self.
- Learn about Martin Heidegger's philosophical anthropology of the human person and how it can expand our understanding of counselors' professional identity.
- Be introduced to the idea of professional competence as related to counselors' beliefs and attitudes, knowledge of the profession's history, and professional skill set.
- Learn about the importance of belonging to a professional community and collaborating with other related helping professionals .
- Understand the basic tenets of ethical behavior.
- Integrate prior understanding with the knowledge acquired in this chapter.
- Use moral principles to conceptualize an ethical dilemma.
- Identify an ethical dilemma within the context of an ethical decision-making model.
$9.00 for 30 days
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