- Counselling -- Moral and ethical aspects.
- Counsellors -- Professional ethics
- SAGE counselling in action
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- Previous ed.: 2000.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- FOREWORD PART ONE: THE BACKGROUND - Mick Cooper Introduction What is Counselling? Sources of Counselling Ethics Frameworks for Counselling Ethics and Standards PART TWO: RESPONSIBILITY TO THE CLIENT Safety, Negligence and Insurance Respect for Client Autonomy Suicide and Refusal to Accept Life-saving Treatment Counsellor Competence Avoiding the Exploitation of Clients Confidentiality PART THREE: THE COUNSELLOR AND OTHERS Responsibility to Oneself, Colleagues and the Community Counselling-supervision Record-keeping Monitoring Counselling PART FOUR: THE WHOLE PICTURE Ethical Problem-solving Implications for Practice
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