CHS 370 Ethics in Counseling

Examines ethical practice and decision-making in the counseling field.  The course focuses on personal and professional awareness of values, self-disclosure, boundaries and dual relationships, confidentiality, counselor and client rights and responsibilities, professional relationships, and credentialing/regulating agencies. This course also provides a specific focus on ethical issues relevant to the addiction treatment field, including the impact of confidentiality regulations, working with mandated client populations, self-help fellowship participation, and counselors who are also in recovery. Formerly HSR 370.

Credits

3 credits

Prerequisite

A grade of C or better in CHS 315/515, CHS 360 or PSY 230, may be taken concurrently

Offered

Spring

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