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Roserene Cabanero

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Images from Shutterstock.com (a) client is capable of using the computer application

(b) the computer application is appropriate to the needs of the client

(c) the client understands the purpose and operation of computer application PHILIPPINE GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING ASSOCIATION, INC.
Accredited Professional Organization of
Professional Regulatory Commission CHAPTER VI

• Respecting human rights and dignity

• Respect for the client’s right to be self-governing

• A commitment to promoting the client’s well being

• Fostering responsible caring

• Fair treatment of all clients and the provision of adequate

• Equal opportunity to clients availing counseling services

• Ensuring the integrity of practitioner-client relationship

• Fostering the practitioner’s self-knowledge and care for

• Enhancing the quality of professional knowledge and its application

• Responsibility to the society CHAPTER I
2. Respect for Rights
3. Boundaries of Competence
4. Continuing Education
5. Research and Development
6. Ethical Behavior
7. Sensitivity to Diversity
8. Equal Opportunity
9. Good Quality of Practice
10. They continually monitor their effectiveness as professionals and take steps to improve when necessary.
11. Knowledge of Legislative Laws
12. Extension of Ethical Responsibilities CHAPTER II
COUNSELING RELATIONSHIP 1. General Responsibility
2. Confidentiality
2.1 When disclosure is required to prevent clear and imminent danger to the client or others;
2.2 When legal requirements demand that confidential matter be revealed;
3. TO BE INCORPORATED WITH RESEARCH Children and Persons with Diminished Capacity. 4. Maintenance of Records
5. Access to Records
6. Dual Relationships
7. Respecting Diversity
8. Consulting with other Professionals
9. Relationships with Former Clients
10. Sexual Intimacies 11. Termination of Counseling 11.2. clients condition is beyond the
counselors expertise 11.3. transference or counter-transference
issues are evident 11.1. goals of counseling have been met 12. Computer Use CHAPTER III
2. Undiminished Responsibility and Liability
3. Consultative Relationships
4. Informed Consent
5. Accurate Advertising
6. Respect for Privacy
7. Cooperating Agencies 8. Conflict of Interest
9. Professional Fees
10. Pro Bono Service CHAPTER II & CHAPTER III CHAPTER IV & CHAPTER V CHAPTER IV 1. General Responsibility
2. Roles and Functions

3. Working Agreement
4. Evaluation

5. In-Service
6. Damage Control RELATIONSHIPS WITH OTHER PROFESSIONALS 7. Supervisory Relationships

8. Client Advocate
9. Coordination

10. Networking and Linkages
11. Professional Conduct CHAPTER V EVALUATION, ASSESSMENT AND INTERPRETATION 1. Test Selection appropriateness of the test
to the purpose of testing reliability and validity appropriateness of level of
difficulty to clients appropriateness of norms 2. Test Administration Counselors must have adequate training and competence in test administration. 3.1 In the utilization of test data
counselors must observe the 3. Test Data Utilization Counselors must use assessment data Principle of Confidentiality. 4. BIG ?Obsolete Tests and Outdated Test Results Counselors do not base their assessments or recommendations or decisions on data or test results that are outdated for the current purpose.

4.1 Similarly, counselors do not base such decisions or recommendations on tests and measures that are obsolete and not useful for the current purpose. 5. Maintaining Test Security Counselors make reasonable efforts to maintain the integrity and security of tests and other assessment techniques. 1. Counselor Educators and Trainers

2. Description of Education and
Training Programs

3. Evaluation

4. Teaching Ethics

5. Contribution to Research CHAPTER VII
1. Research Responsibilities

2. Informed Consent
2.1 Voluntary Participation

3. Confidentiality of Information 4. Reporting Accurate

5. Publication

5.1 Counselors who review materials for publications must respect the confidentiality and propriety rights of those persons who submitted. Production Designer Director Cinematographer thanks for listening... members Philippine Guidance and Counseling Association, Inc. (PGCA)

> an organization of helping professionals
> committed to the development of the well-functioning individual in a society utilizing his/her potentials to the fullest
>bound to uphold the dignity and worth of the individual throughout life in the following settings: educational, community, clinical, hospital, or industry. > expresses the ethical principles and values of the Association
> serves as a guide to the professional and personal conduct of all its members
> informs the public which they serve of the standards of ethical conduct for which members are to be responsible and accountable
> The Code reflects such values as integrity, competence, responsibility and an understanding of and respect for the cultural diversity of society. Code of Ethics in Guidance and Counseling > ensure that they are familiar with this Code of Ethics
> understand its application to their professional and personal conduct
> strive to adhere to its principles and values
> be familiar with other sources of information which will assist them in making informed professional decisions
> these include the laws, rules and regulations, and policies which are professionally relevant in their working environment Members have a responsibility > to both the public and their peers and are therefore subject to the complaints and disciplinary procedures of the Philippine Guidance and Counseling Association

>by accepting this statement of ethics, members of the Association are committing themselves to act ethically in the provision of professional services. Members are accountable
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