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Chapter 3: Ethical & Legal Issues in Group Counseling
Transcript of Chapter 3: Ethical & Legal Issues in Group Counseling
"One of the keystone conditions for effective group work they say?"
Misuse of Power
Conflicts of Cultural Values
Legal Liability & Malpractice
Role of the Leader's Values
Be aware of your values
Respect the values of your members
Avoid imposing personal values on members
KNOW YOUR ROLE
Ethical to share your personal values with your members?
Competence & Training
EDUCATE. CONSULT. DOCUMENT.
Ethical Issues in Group Membership
process of presenting basic information about group treatment to individuals to enable them to make rational decisions about whether or not to enter & how to participate in a group (Fallon, 2006).
Model the Behavior
Ethical & Legal Dimensions
Serious harm to self, others &/or physical property.
Abuse of children or the elderly
Ordered by a court to provide information
Supervisees & Supervisor Relationship
Cultural Perceptions of therapy
Asylum or Refugee Status/Residency
Voluntary vs Involuntary
Same rights & privileges as members of any group
except the right to leave
Benefits of therapy
Rights & Responsibilities
Freedom to decide how to utilize the session time
Opportunities of Exploration
Freedom to Withdrawal
"Who is qualified to lead this type of group with this type of population?"
Ethical decision making is a continuous process.
the standards that govern conduct of professional members.
define the minimum standards society will tolerate--enforced by rule of law at the local, state, or federal level.
involve using your professional judgement to act in accordance with ethical and legal mandates.