Values Differentiation Are Counselors Value Free
Dr. Jaquetta Stevens (Standard Copyright License)
August 24, 2017
Description: A key component of ethics is understanding personal and professional values and how these differ, not only from one another, but also from one's personalized set of morals. Whereas all the three relate to "right" and "wrong" conduct, this exercise will help individuals identify how to balance personal values and morals with professional ethics within a counseling context. Tasks: In this assignment, you will analyze the difference between morals, values, and ethics. In a 3- to 4-page paper, address the following: Define morals, values, and ethics. Provide three examples (one of each), relevant to the work of a professional counselor, which clearly differentiate the three. Identify specific ethical codes, which relate to values. Use ethical codes, as well as peer-reviewed articles, to identify three examples where values, either of the counselor or client, may surface in counseling.