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Title Remediation planning for a graduate student refusing to counsel specific populations / [presented by] Perry Francis and Shannon Hodges
Published Alexandria, VA : American Counseling Association, 2013
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Description 1 online resource (streaming video file) (50 minutes)
Summary Recent court cases (Ward v. Wilbanks et al., 2009, and Keaton v. ASU, 2010) have highlighted that some counseling students are struggling with the concept of how to bracket off their personal values when counseling clients whose values and/or behavior conflicts with their own. In many of these cases, the students are seeking to provide the best care for the clients by not treating them out of fear that they might not be competent or that their values may adversely influence the therapy they offer. This session will show how one counselor educator approaches just such a student who has stated in class that he would refer a client whose behavior he found violated his personal values. It will focus on approaching the student in a nonjudgmental fashion, seeking to offer the student new ways to think while respecting his value system and learning about the values of the counseling profession
Notes Title from resource description page (viewed October 02, 2015)
In English
Subject Counseling psychologists -- Professional ethics.
Counseling psychology -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Cross-cultural counseling.
Psychotherapists -- Professional ethics.
Psychotherapy -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Genre/Form Instructional films.
Video recordings.
Form Streaming video
Author Francis, Perry, speaker
Hodges, Shannon, speaker