Ethics and Conducts

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gyI  C  T P V  E I + A

September 27, 2012

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O

R E I
Principle A: Bene cence & Non-male cence Principle B: Fidelity & Responsibility Principle C: Integrity Principle D: Justice Principle E: Respect for People’s Rights & Dignity Ethical Standards Ethical Dilemmas

T P

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R E I
Principle A: Bene cence & Non-male cence Principle B: Fidelity & Responsibility Principle C: Integrity Principle D: Justice Principle E: Respect for People’s Rights & Dignity Ethical Standards Ethical Dilemmas

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R  L 

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De nitions of counselling and psychotherapy Delineation of the profession Major orientations

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O

R E I
Principle A: Bene cence & Non-male cence Principle B: Fidelity & Responsibility Principle C: Integrity Principle D: Justice Principle E: Respect for People’s Rights & Dignity Ethical Standards Ethical Dilemmas

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W  E I

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Video Clip: In Treatment, Episode 1 Beyond techniques - what are psychologists’ professional obligations? What psychologists can and cannot do? Should and should not do?



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W  E II

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Professionals are expected to be competent in their services and to ensure that their fellow professionals are also providing competent services Trust



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W  E III

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Dictionary: ”a system of moral principles, rules of conduct” Most psychological societies have ”ethics code” that contains general and speci c principles which need to be taken into account by all members in work-related activities ▶ ▶ ▶ ▶

American Psychological Association Hong Kong Psychological Society British Psychological Society etc…

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R  F  E C

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Protect the client Provide a basis for accountability Educate counselling practitioners and the general public about the responsibilities of the profession Provide a basis for re ecting on and improving one’s professional practice

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T A: P  S



General Principles: Aspirational goals
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To guide psychologists toward the highest ideals of psychology Striving for the optimum standards of conduct Rules for conduct of psychologists Minimal standards for counsellors / psychologists to act in compliance



Ethical Standards: Enforceable rules (or Mandatory ethics)
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G P

A B C D E

HKPA Respect Competence Responsibility Integrity

APA Bene cence & Nonmale cence Fidelity & Responsibility Integrity Justice Respect for People’s Rights and Dignity

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