Ethics in School Counseling
Ethics in School Counseling goes beyond “cookbook” approaches offered in many other texts, and examines key philosophical concepts. The authors provide a set of principles that help guide school counsellors through the ethical crisis they face. Case histories are analyzed to illustrate the many kinds of problems that may arise in the relationships among counsellors, students, parents, and teachers. Larger issues of ethical reasoning and principles are related and developed, and examples of typical dilemmas faced by school counsellors are examined. One chapter critiques the professional ethics codes featured in the appendices: the standards of the American Counseling Association and the American School Counselor Association.
Subjects: Business & Economics / Business Ethics, Education / Counseling / General, Education / Philosophy, Education / Philosophy, Theory & Social Aspects, Philosophy / Ethics & Moral Philosophy, Theory & Social Aspects