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Ethics for Counselors

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Ethics for Counselors
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Do You Know the 2005 ACA and NBCC Code of Ethics?
by Richard Booth, Ph.D. and Affect Plus
CE Credits: 4 CE Credit Hours
Online Course: $40
This course provides an essential update on the 2005 ACA (American Counseling Association) and NBCC (National Board of Certified Counselors) Codes Of Ethics. Also included is an ethical decision-making model that provides a valuable guide to the process of resolving ethical dilemmas. The test material highlights major topics that every counselor should know.

We will supply you with online links to:

  • ACA Code of Ethics
  • NBCC Code of Ethics
  • ACA article, A Practitioner’s Guide to Ethical Decision Making

(online materials including pdf files)
Richard Booth, PhD, is a recently retired Professor of Psychology at Black Hawk College, Quad-Cities Campus, Moline, IL, and Adjunct Professor of Behavioral and Social Sciences at University of Maryland University College, Adelphi, MD. He is also a licensed psychotherapist with a part-time practice. Dr. Booth has published numerous articles in professional journals and is on the editorial staffs of three psychological journals.
The organizations/persons have given Affect Plus permission to link to their web sites or post their material on our web site and are not receiving any commercial support from Affect Plus. In addition, no conflict of interest is present.

Contents Include:
  • Historical use of the word "ethics"
  • Who is an ethical person?
  • Informed consent
  • Boundaries
  • Multiple relationships
  • Sexual relationships
  • Group work
  • Bartering and receiving gifts
  • Termination of therapy
  • Maintaining records
  • Technology-assisted counseling services
  • Confidentiality
  • Supervisory relationships
  • Assessment
  • Research
  • Resolving ethical dilemmas
Number of Test Questions:
    40 objective questions
Learning Objectives:
 
At the completion of this course, the participant will be able to:
  • identify the provisions of the 2005 ACA and NBCC Code of Ethics.
  • recognize the steps in an ethical decision-making model.
  • apply the Code of Ethics to a case scenario.
 
Level:
    Beginning/ Intermediate
Target Audience:
    Mental Health Counselors and Marriage & Family Therapists who need a basic review of the ACA and NBCC Code of Ethics.
Not accepted for Psychologist or Social Worker CE credit.