Value Objectivity Paper Dominea Lopez PCN-505 10/18/2017 Abstract Counselors are held to strict standards that can cause ethical conflict with clients. Working as a professional counselor can be risky especially when it involves working with clients that are difficult to treat. Clients have their own belief system it is important counselors are aware of that, and don’t impose their own values and beliefs towards the client. I examined past research on belief systems and analyzed how ethical implications can cause dilemmas when a counselor expresses their values and beliefs onto a client. I provided steps counselors can take to make sure they are not in violation and ways to successfully work with clients who don’t
I personally was shocked at the nutritional facts on their products (Figure 1). Some fast food places offer healthier products than some of the Starbucks products (Figure 2). The nutritional facts circled in red in figure 1 and figure 2 shows that one cup of Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Crème with whip is less nutritional than an entire meal at McDonalds. Imagine what the nutritional facts would look like if you included a Classic Coffee Cake with your coffee beverage! (Figure 1.2) The Starbucks nutritional values listed below are not completely accurate as shown in the following statement: “The nutrition information for beverages is based on Starbucks® standardized beverage recipes.
Additionally, it is not appropriate for Suzie to share too much personal information. According to Roth and Worthington (2011), “The type and amount of personal information that a clinician shares with clients should be carefully monitored, ensuring that the focus of counseling remains clearly on the clients and their needs” (p. 362). While Suzie feels she is empathizing by sharing detailed personal information, she may be causing more harm than good. In her article “Drawing Boundaries,” Lott (1999) emphasizes that personal stories should be used sparingly and only when they may benefit the client. Finally, it may be valuable for some clients to have Suzie’s phone number; however, she should use discretion when providing it.
The reason that this specific CRCC code information shared with others could assist in Bill status is that the counselor must not divulge too much information out to others, even if the individuals are looking out for them such as Bill’s mother saying that Bill should say to her for the reason that it is what he requests (which is not what Bill desires) (Code of Professional Ethics for Rehabilitation Counselors, 2010). One more CRCC code that could be incorporated in proceeding with Bill’s case is that of Proper Diagnosis of Mental Disorders of Part G of section 3 of the
The purpose of the paper is to analyze the ethical implications of counselors towards clients. The paper will also identify action of the counselor that will confront a client with their own values and beliefs. It will also identify factors that might lead to refer a client to another provider in order not to deal with ethical issues. There will be also a situation where the counselor will not have the option to referral the client to another counselor or agency. An ethical implication for a counselor expressing their value to a client can be if the client does not believe in God because they he/she is Atheist.
Everyone knows Starbucks is more expensive but that doesn’t stop them from buying it. At 10 am the Hazard Ave. Starbucks always has a line out the door. Why don’t those people just travel a minute down the road to Dunkin or McDonalds to get cheaper coffee? What it comes down to is, are you willing to pay more for a better taste coffee? Although some may argue that McDonalds or Dunkin’ has better coffee.
They continue to explain how “Starbucks makes it seem so normal to pay this price for a cup of coffee”. With their prices already on the more expensive side, people will now be pulling an extra eleven cents out of their pocket for their famous cup of joe. It doesn’t seem like a lot now, but eventually that extra change will add up. Why does Starbucks need to raise their ALREADY high prices? Starbucks plans on increasing their price of coffee.
It is a well-known fact that Starbucks is expensive, and it is not only coffee the company sell but status. In today 's developing countries Starbucks represents a status symbol that separates the rich consumers from the masses especially in the continent of Asia. A cup of Starbucks cappuccino coffee costs more than 6 dollars in China and is even more expensive in other developing countries in Asia, but the same cup of coffee may only cost half that price in the US. The American coffee and chain company of Starbucks Corporation sets an example and explanation of how global hospitality companies can implement price discrimination. Before any hospitality company expands globally there are key indicator that the company will generate profits.
A bad growing season can decrease the supply of coffee beans, thus increasing the price. Furthermore, other compliment prices affect coffee sales, like sugar and dairy products. When the price of these compliments increases, so does the price of a regular cup of coffee sold at Starbucks. References Mergent Online Source; University of Phoenix Student Library Resource Article Business Wire Starbucks Company (2005)www.mycampus.phoenix.edu
The client should feel informed about the therapeutic process, and providing them with such information at the beginning can help to ease the client’s concerns about what can and cannot be done with their information. The client should feel at ease when the helper informs him or her that their information is strictly confidential except given the circumstance noted above. It is also an opportunity for the client to ask question for clarification and feel empowered from the beginning. It is possible that a client could have some discomfort with the confidentiality and informed consent process and as a result choose not to proceed with therapy. The loss of a client’s p... ... middle of paper ... ...sitive information with his family members and close friends, he cannot approach the counseling process like that.