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Values Differentiation Are Counselors Value Free By DR. Jaquetta Stevens
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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... More > 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. Evaluate how you will balance "being yourself" and be< Less
Advocating for Others: A Pocket Resource for Peer Specialists and Counselors By Charles Drebing
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Advocacy for consumers of mental health and social services is a key force moving these services toward truly patient-centered care. Patients, family members, Peer Specialists, clinical staff and... More > quality assurance professionals all find themselves in the advocacy role at times, pushing for continued improvement in programs and organizations that patients rely on for their recovery. Unfortunately few people have any formal training or education in how to advocate effectively. This pocket resource is designed to provide easy access to the key strategies and information needed to help anyone finding themselves advocating for small or large changes in a healthcare or social service organization, to do so effectively.< Less
Clinical Supervision and Professional Development of the Substance Abuse Counselor: Treatment Improvement Protocol Series (TIP 52) By U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
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This TIP is divided into three parts that are bound and produced separately. Clinical Supervision and Professional Development of the Substance Abuse Counselor, Part 1, is for clinical supervisors.... More > It presents basic information about clinical supervision in the substance abuse treatment field. It covers the central principles of clinical supervision and guidelines for new supervisors, including the functions of a clinical supervisor; developmental levels of counselors and clinical supervisors; cultural competence; ethical and legal issues such as direct and vicarious liability, dual relationships and boundary issues, informed consent, confidentiality, and supervisor ethics; monitoring clinical performance of counselors; and practical issues such as balancing one’s clinical and administrative duties, finding the time to do clinical supervision, documentation, and structuring clinical supervision sessions.< Less
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Heavenly Angel Lay Lay goes into details not only on how a person gets a 'Hardened Heart', but also on how to 'Recover' from a Hardened heart as well. Everyone has a 'Hardened Heart' to one degree or... More > another and most have never gotten over the pain and anger in their hearts, including Professional Counselors, Attorneys, Judges, Teachers, etc.< Less
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Substance Abuse and Behavioral Disorder Counselors: Counsel and advise individuals with alcohol, tobacco, drug, or other problems, such as gambling and eating disorders. May counsel individuals,... More > families, or groups or engage in prevention programs.Sample of reported job titles: Counselor, Substance Abuse Counselor (SA Counselor), Chemical Dependency Counselor (CD Counselor), Clinical Counselor, Addictions Counselor, Case Manager, Assessment Specialist, Alcohol and Drug Counselor, Chemical Dependency Professional, Clinician< Less
Counselor's Manual for Relapse Prevention With Chemically Dependent Criminal Offenders (TAP 19) By U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
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This publication is designed for the paraprofessional counselor. A paraprofessional counselor is someone who wants to help others, but who has little or no professional counselor training. This... More > publication explains basic counseling information in simple terms. It is also designed to help you work with people who are using the Appendix—Relapse Prevention Workbook for Chemically Dependent Criminal Offenders. It explains the purpose of each exercise in this workbook and tells you how to help the patient use and understand the exercises. This publication is based on information that has had better than average results in treating chemically dependent criminal offenders. This information is called relapse prevention therapy. Relapse prevention therapy is based on experience with patients who generally fail in traditional treatment. The techniques in this publication were developed through experience with these patients.< Less
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Il Seondo Convegno Nazionale è stato realizzato in Puglia, preso la fantastica Aula Magna del Rrettorato dell’Università degli Studi del Salento. Ha ottenuto il Patrocinio degli... More > Enti Locali e dell’ordine degli Assistenti Sociali, ha rilasciato 25 ECP (Educazione Continua Professionale) ai partecipanti.< Less
Counselor’s Family Education Manual: Matrix Intensive Outpatient Treatment for People With Stimulant Use Disorders By U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
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The Matrix IOP method was developed initially in the 1980s in response to the growing numbers of individuals entering the treatment system with cocaine or methamphetamine dependence as their primary... More > substance use disorder. Many traditional treatment models then in use were developed primarily to treat alcohol dependence and were proving to be relatively ineffective in treating cocaine and other stimulant dependence (Obert et al. 2000). To create effective treatment protocols for clients dependent on stimulant drugs, treatment professionals at the Matrix Institute drew from numerous treatment approaches, incorporating into their model methods that were empirically tested and practical. Their treatment model incorporated elements of relapse prevention, cognitive–behavioral, psychoeducation, and family approaches, as well as 12-Step program support (Obert et al. 2000).< Less
Course: Ethics and Professional Responsibilities for NYS Addiction Professionals By Audrey Benenati
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Approved by OASAS for 25 hours--CASAC Section 4, CPP/CPS Section 3. This information-packed course provides the New York State addiction professional with a succinct explanation of ethics and... More > professional responsibilities. Topics include: Canons of Ethics for CASACs, CPPs, and CPSs, transference, countertransference, the unique nature of the professional-client relationship, filing an ethics complaint, OASAS Counselor Wellness Guidelines and Counselor Assistance Program, OASAS patient rights regulations, professional obligations, confidentiality, privacy, information security, the history of medical privacy, the new HIPAA privacy and security requirements that apply to all addictions prevention/treatment/recovery programs certified by OASAS, consent to release information--including crimes, medical emergencies, child abuse/neglect, Jonathan's Law, tobacco-free services regulation, documentation, and scope of practice.< Less
Professional Codes of Ethics By Audrey Benenati
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Approved by OASAS for 3 hours--CASAC Section 4; CPP/CPS Section 3; renewal. CHES, CEAP and CRC hours may be available; contact us for details. This succinct course will provide the New York State... More > addiction professional with a succinct explanation of professional codes ethics. Topics include: Canons of Ethics for CASACs, CPPs, and CPSs, transference, counter-transference, the unique nature of the professional-client relationship, filing an ethics complaint, OASAS Counselor Wellness Guidelines and Counselor Assistance Program.< Less