The Ethical Principles In Counselling

1669 Words7 Pages
In this essay the ethical principles that underpin counselling in theory and practice will be discussed and within this context and parameters of providing therapy will include the importance of working with clients to establish and maintain this therapeutic framework.
The therapeutic framework is a set of laid down conditions governing how the practitioner should adhere to the core values, principles and morals that they are expected to work within, to provide therapy that is ethical and safe. The BACP(2012), states that “Values inform principles”, which means that if the therapists values aren’t strong the principles needed will be affected..
Maulhauser(2008)Argues that the reasons people come to counselling or psychotherapy are as varied as people themselves. The client is vulnerable,
…show more content…
Maulhauser(2008),counsellingresources.com Thorne and Mearns.(2013; 100),Person-centred counseling inaction,3rd Edition, paperback,21st May 2007
Clara Hill,( 2014:25),Helping skills
Bedi et al,(2005);levitt et al., (2006),Bachelor,1995
BACP’s Ethical Framework( 2013),p7,p8.
Journal of Counseling Psychology (Vol. 50, No. 3) by Iowa State University assistant psychology professor David Vogel, PhD, and University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee assistant educational psychology professor Stephen Wester, PhD(Vol. 50, No. 3)
Pantilat,(2008)http://missinglink.ucsf.edu/lm/ethics/content%20pages/fast_fact_auton_bene.htm
Corey(1996,03),The theory and practice of counseling
Reeves,(2013,68),An introduction to counselling and psychotherapy
Vanaerschot( 1993,75),Handbook of Experiential Psychotherapy
McLeod,( 2011,154),Counselling skills.
Bond, (2015,29)Standards and Ethics for Counselling in Action 2015 fourth edition
Kitchener.(1984),Critical Evaluative Model in ( Effective Leadership in Adventure Programming By Simon Priest, Michael A Gass)
McLeod

More about The Ethical Principles In Counselling

Open Document