The knowledge base of professional counselors will be expanded with the completion of this Counselling Ethics course with regard to ethical theories, concepts, and the methods by which these principles can be applied to counseling practice. Both the historical backdrop of counseling ethics and the larger context of the helping professions, including medicine, social work, and other human service sectors, will be investigated in this course. In addition to these topics, the course will investigate ethical theories, ethical decision-making processes, the psychological foundations of moral development, multiculturalism, and the two primary ethical rules that govern this area of study.
- Language of teaching for this course is English. This means that all communication during lectures will be in English, and all literature and auxiliary materials are in English.
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- The course is subject to evaluation. At the end of the course, students are to participate in the final assessment and score up to 70% to qualify for certification.
- Students can retake assessment three times only.