Supervisors play a significant role in supporting ethical rehabilitation counseling. By the end of this course, you will analyze ethical issues or dilemmas and apply various decision-making models to guide your practice. You’ll use the Code of Ethics as you make decisions about the appropriate way to proceed.
Supervisors have opportunities to lead, teach, advocate, and model the very best ethical practice in helping people with disabilities envision and achieve their goals. Using different decision-making models to guide your thinking, you’ll analyze ethical issue and dilemma scenarios. Practice defending the decisions you make about the clients and counselors in this course. You’ll also have opportunities to consider the role of cultural humility in counseling and the practice of ethical bracketing.
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. The Code of Ethics is integrated into the feedback provided for each learning activity.
You must achieve a minimum performance level of 70% (13 of 18 questions correctly answered) to successfully complete the course. Once the learning activities are successfully completed, CE credit will be automatically awarded.
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