Ethical Dilemmas in Counselling: A Practical Approach
Location:Talk in the Bay
33-35 West Bute Street
ONLY 4 PLACES LEFT
Ethical Dilemmas can come in a variety of contexts and levels of severity but are an integral part of professional practice - the challenge has always been to know how to spot them and how to manage them.
Participants will therefore explore a range of models for solving ethical dilemmas and then through the consideration of a selection of case examples apply some new learning to this important area of practice.
The presentation has been designed to take a seemingly dry subject but make it very real and engaging.
* Confidentiality - the contract
* BACP ethical framework
* Exploration of the case examples - Knowing the problem, Considerations, Possibilities, Evaluation and proposed strategies, Implementation and re-evaluation
* Record keeping
* How to seek guidance
Facilitator: Alex Drummond Psychotherapist, Academic, Author, Artisan and Social Activist with clinical and research interests in Transgender and ADHD.
For further information please visit our website www.talkinthebay.co.uk or telephone Allyson on 07753180166.
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