Ethical and Professional Issues in Family and Individual Counseling

This course is a study of the ethical and legal guidelines and issues in family and individual counseling in a professional context.

This course, taught by Sam R. Williams at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, is a study of the ethical and legal guidelines and issues in family and individual counseling in a professional context. Topics to be addressed are: current issues in the practice of counseling, ethical standards and practices, credentialing, potential roles, professional organizations, and counseling diverse populations. The AAMFT and AACC codes of ethics are studied.

Seminary: Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary
Keywords: counseling, pastoral care, counseling, trauma, stress, self-care, compassion fatigue

Ethical and Professional Issues in Family and Individual Counseling

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