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An Analysis of Beginning Counselor Education Master\u27s Degree Candidate\u27s Ability to Make Ethical Decisions Based on the American Counseling Association\u27s Ethical Standards After Having Completed a Course in Professional Ethics

By Richard Joseph Behun


There are many arguments on the best methods to instruct the professional counseling candidate on the ethical implications they are most likely to encounter. This study examined a professional counselor candidate\u27s ability to apply the information in a course in professional and ethical practices and their ability to make ethical decisions based on the American Counseling Association\u27s Code of Ethic

Topics: Ethics, Education
Publisher: Duquesne Scholarship Collection
Year: 2008
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