This subject will focus upon (a) relevant ethical and legal sources and their implications for the everyday practice of counselling, and (b) a consideration of the relevance and implications of research into the effectiveness of various approaches to counselling and mental health treatment assessment, diagnosis and procedures.
|Faculty||Faculty of Society & Design|
|Study abroad||Available to Study Abroad students|
1. Acquire a sound knowledge of ethics relating to Behaviour Management and Counselling.
2. Appreciate the value of an ethical code to the Therapist and Client.
3. Apply an ethical code to the field of Behaviour Management and Counselling.
No prior knowledge required.