Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification. (CRCC®). East . The Code of Professional Ethics for Rehabilitation Counselors, henceforth. CRCC Code of Ethics. Top Ten Changes & CDMS. Comparison. Washington IARP Chapter Annual Conference. May 18, Jeffrey E. Carlisle, M. A. (CRCC. ®.) East Woodfield Road, Suite Schaumburg, Illinois . Although the Code provides guidance for ethical practice, it is impossible to.
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Ethics in Rehabilitation Counseling, Volume 5, Digital Edition
Number of courses to view per page: This course familiarizes the students with basic ethical principles and theories which include ethical considerations such as veracity, fidelity, slippery-slope, and double effect. A six-step guide to ethical decision making for addressing such issues is presented for the student to incorporate into their daily practice. Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Ethical Dilemmas. In this course, we will present an overview of Alzheimer’s with a focus wthics causes, risk factors, and diagnosis.
We will also review the different options available to help manage the symptoms of Alzheimer’s. We will discuss the differences between dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. This course will define conflicts of interest and present ethical dilemmas inherent when conflict of interest arise. We will present an ethical decision-making tool to recognize and deal with such a dilemmas in your daily practice. Philosophical and Professional Foundations.
This is a homestudy course based on the book Counseling Ethics: This course offers students a look at counseling ethics from positive and philosophical points of view. This book introduces varying philosophical points of view that will stretch the student’s mind to highlight that there are many approaches to determining what is good and oof. In this course, we provide an overview of dementia and expand our discussion to include specific types of dementia.
We will review the different symptoms, testing, diagnosis, and treatment. There are several case studies presented to assist students with those difficult decisions at end of life and the codes of conduct for CDMS, CRC, and Case Management are reviewed in relation to those difficult ethical dilemmas. In this course, we explore the concept ehhics boundaries in healthcare and the complications that stem from dual relationships.
We introduce several readings from experts in the field and include a discussion exploring the positive and negative aspects of dual relationships. We also discuss how certain circumstances, specifically rural and small community practices, lead to inevitable dual relationships.
End of Life Care: Ethical Dilemmas and Considerations. This course will present a historical overview of dying in America, as well as the three types of care available in the US today.
End of life care will be viewed via the cultural and religious norms, as well as the ethical principles of autonomy, beneficence, non-maleficence, justice, and the ethical dilemma of double effect.
Ethics for Rehabilitation Professionals
Ethics in cove Multicultural Context. Ethics in a Multicultural Context is a practical text and resource book intended to help mental health practitioners and trainees develop ethical decision-making skills which reflect cultural responsiveness. The main focus is ethical decision-making in an applied counseling context.
Legal and Ethical Considerations for Healthcare Professionals. This course examines medical marijuana, its legality, and current research being done. We will discuss the history of marijuana in America and the current environment, evaluating the difficult issues surrounding the situation from a legal, clinical, and ethical perspective.
Models of Disability and Advocacy in Rehabilitation Counseling. This course will present three models of disability, specifically the biomedical model, the economic model, and the sociopolitical model. We will also present the concept of advocacy and how it’s relevant in the Codes of Conduct.
Ethical Practice in Vocational Rehabilitation
The Impaired Healthcare Worker: Behaviors, Effects, and Concerns. This course discusses the difficulty that impaired healthcare workers present to institutions, themselves cofe patients. We present classic signs of impaired behavior, as well as the responsibility of reporting such behaviors promptly to the proper authorities.
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