Ethics and Relationship: From Risk Management to Relational Engagement
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In this article, the underlying assumptions of the current ACA Code of Ethics are examined as they are embedded in historical and cultural contexts. A relational ethic situated within relational‐cultural theory that provides an alternative framework for understanding ethics in a relational and compassionate way is presented.
Birrell, P. J., & Bruns, C. M. (2016). Ethics and Relationship: From Risk Management to Relational Engagement. Journal of Counseling & Development, 94(4), 391–397. https://doi.org/10.1002/jcad.12097
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Cindy Bruns is the Director of Counseling at CWU's Counseling Services.
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