Presentation Title: Relational Ethics: Applications in Counseling
Facilitator Name: Crystal Collier, PhD, LPC-S, Therapist, Prevention Researcher, Educator
1. Participants will learn the definition of relational ethics.
2. Participants will learn how to apply the concept of relational ethics in counseling.
3. Participants will learn how to apply relational ethics in a variety of ethical dilemmas.
Learn how to consider and apply the concept of relational ethics in counseling.
Abstract: Counselors have the ethical obligation to apply equal advocacy in couple’s therapy. Counselors have the ethical responsibility to disclose a child’s therapy progress to their parents/guardians. Counselors have the ethical obligation to apply confidentiality to all counseling content within the bounds of rule exceptions. So, how can counselors understand, utilize, and apply relational ethics within these confines and limits of each therapeutic situation.
This ethics presentation will explore these concepts.
Definition: Relational Ethics is a decision-making model that outlines four core principles: mutual respect, relational engagement, bringing knowledge back to life, and creating environment.
Pre-registration is required. No at the door registration
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Check-in begins at 8:30 am.
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Non-member registration $55.00
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