The goal of this course is to help you
- Identify the ethical situation in a given scenario.
- Explain various decision-making models and their differences.
- Apply your preferred ethical decision-making model to a given situation.
A wide variety of rehabilitation counseling situations can benefit from the application of an ethical decision-making tool. These tools can serve as a sort of road map for navigating the situation. When and why to use ethical decision-making tools is the focus this course. Four decision-making models are used as road maps to resolve the ethical problems encountered when working with clients and colleagues.
The learning activities are designed to help you apply the content presented in the course and identify ways you can enhance your own ethical decision-making skills. Feedback is provided for each learning activity.
Aaron Mertes, MS, CRC, tLMHC, CLCP (click here for Mr. Mertes' bio)
You must achieve a minimum performance level of 70% (9 of 13 questions correctly answered) to successfully complete the course. Once the learning activities are successfully completed, CE credit will be awarded.
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- Ethics: Working with Students with Disabilities
- Ethics: Working with Transition-Aged Youth with Disabilities